Histological Evidence that Microsclerotia Play a Significant Role in Disease Cycle of the Boxwood Blight Pathogen in Southeastern United States and Implications for Disease Mitigation

Fig. 4. Cleared and stained leaves infected with Macrophoma candollei. Intercellular mycelia but no microsclerotia are visible in leaf tissue.



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Histological Evidence that Microsclerotia Play a Significant Role in Disease Cycle of the Boxwood Blight Pathogen in Southeastern United States and Implications for Disease Mitigation