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Cell Wall Protrusions and Associated Membranes in Roots Parasitized By Longidorus Apulus

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Ultrastructural studies of celery (Apium graveolens L.) root cells parasitized by Longidorus apulus revealed paramural bodies between the cell wall and the plasmalemma 7 days after inoculation with the nematode. After 15 days irregular thickenings and protrusions of the cell wall were also observed at the edge of the feeding site of the nematode (lysogenous cavity). The cells surrounding this feeding site are hypertrophied with numerous lamellar bodies. The possible function of the cellular ingrowths is discussed.

Affiliations: 1: Laboratorio di Nematologia Agraria del C.N.R. and Istituto di Botanica dell' Università, 70126 Bari, Italy


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