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Effects of Calcium and Calmodulin on Spore Germination and Appressorium Development in Colletotrichum trifolii
Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Spore germination and appressorium formation are important steps in the process of fungal development and pathogenesis. These prepenetration events, which begin with spore attachment and culminate with appressorium maturation, a common scheme for many pathogenic fungi, are prerequisites for penetration of host external barriers and subsequent colonization. Conditions for in vitro spore germination and appressorium development in Colletotrichum trifolii are described. In addition, effects of Cadoi:10.1128/aem.62.1.74-79.1996 fatcat:hlzjxzucirfapgvef53p3yutly