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Fig. 5 | Plant Methods

Fig. 5

From: Detection of white head symptoms of panicle blast caused by Pyricularia oryzae using cut-flower dye

Fig. 5

Digital imaging of a leaf and b panicle blast. Samples were treated with water (NS, no staining) or dyed with red or blue cut-flower dye. The red-on-black images, extracted using the Keyence microscopy software (“Extracted image”), correspond to lesions in fresh (upper) and dried (lower) samples. Arrowheads indicate damaged parts of the panicles. White bars, 2000 µm

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