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Fig. 7. Induced disease resistance against Botrytis cinerea in tobacco. (A) Representative phenotypes of disease caused by B. cinerea in PeBL2 and BSA-infiltrated tobacco leaves. The sizes of the lesions caused by B. cinerea in PeBL2-treated leaves were smaller than that in BSA at 36 h post-infiltration. (B) Lesion sizes caused by B. cinerea were measured in leaves with PeBL2 or BSA-treated plants. Data presented in (B) were calculated as follows: Inhibition % = [(No (size) of lesions on control leaves – No (size) of lesions on protein-treated leaves)/No (size) of lesions on control leaves] × 100%. (B1) data of treated and untreated plants were plotted showing inhibition percentage rate. (B2) Statistical analysis was performed using Student’s t-test (Circles), Box Plots for BSA (control) and PEBL2 (treated) representing differences among both treatments indicate significant differences between PeBL2 and BSA treatment.
Plant Pathol. J. 2019;35:208-18 https://doi.org/10.5423/PPJ.OA.11.2018.0276
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