Desiccation at Ambient Temperature Effectively Preserves Plant Tissues Infected with Phytophthoras

Fig. 2. Leaves inoculated with Phytophthora ramorum (right) and uninoculated control leaves (left) of (a) California bay laurel, (b) rhododendron, (c) viburnum, (d) California buckeye, and (e) bigleaf maple.



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Desiccation at Ambient Temperature Effectively Preserves Plant Tissues Infected with Phytophthoras