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Fig. 1 | BMC Genomics

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From: The genome of the emerging barley pathogen Ramularia collo-cygni

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Ramularia leaf spot symptoms and R. collo-cygni development on barley. a Electron micrograph of the characteristic swan neck-shaped conidiophore of Ramularia collo-cygni. b Light micrograph of a cluster of R. collo-cygni conidiophores, from field infected plants, erupting from spring barley cv. Cocktail leaves at GS80+. c Characteristic Ramularia leaf spot symptoms on leaves of winter barley cv. Saffron. d Spider-web growth of GFP-transformed R. collo-cygni isolate Rcc-8B9-GFP [10] on leaf surface of spring barley cv. Optic, 7 days post infection without triggering host immune response. e Confocal image of rubellin autofluorescence in R. collo-cygni isolate B1, superimposed on bright field transmission image. Note various sizes of vacuole-like vesicles within the collapsed hyphae. f Confocal image of a viable hypha of the transgenic isolate Rcc-8B9-GFP carrying rubellin vesicles

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