Electron microscopy, particularly when used in association with physiological, biochemical and genetic studies, provides valuable information on the complex relationships which exist between host and pathogen.
KeywordsHost Cell Wall Intercellular Hypha Host Plasma Sporangial Wall Haustorial Mother Cell
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