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Microanalysis of Proteins in the Aseptic Host-Parasite System: Ficus Carica-Xiphinema Index

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Changes in the pattern of proteins in the aseptic host-parasite system: Ficus carica-Xiphinema index were studied by microdisc-electrophoresis. Separation of native and SDS-treated proteins was usually in 10 μl capillaries but microgels of lesser volume were also used. The protein pattern from galls produced on parasitized root-tips (with modified, multinucleate cells), ungalled root-tips, from fed and starved whole nematodes, and from parts of their bodies were examined. The patterns from isolated basal oesophageal bulbs which contain a large and active dorsal secretory gland cell were studied in detail and the amounts of two acid glycoproteins were significantly greater in the bulbs of fed nematodes compared with starved ones. These glycoproteins are probably constituents of salivary granules within the gland cell. No newly formed proteins could be detected in galls induced on root-tips by nematode feeding.

Affiliations: 1: Max-Planck-Institut für experimentelle Medizin (Forschungsstelle Neurochemie) Göttingen, B.R. Deutschland; 2: Institut für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz der Universität Hannover, Hannover, B.R. Deutschland


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