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From: Auxin, Abscisic Acid and Jasmonate Are the Central Players in Rice Sheath Rot Caused by Sarocladium oryzae and Pseudomonas fuscovaginae

Fig. 2

Phytohormone and toxin levels in the rice sheath during Sarocladium oryzae infection. When 7 weeks old, Kitaake rice plants were inoculated with S. oryzae using the standard grain inoculum technique. The levels of helvolic acid (a), cerulenin (b), abscisic acid (c), jasmonate (d), auxin (e) and salicylic acid (f) were measured in sheath samples collected after 4 h (0 days post inoculation (DPI)) and at 2 DPI and 4 DPI. The four S. oryzae isolates are represented by dark blue (IBNG0008), light blue (BDNG0025), dark green (RFNG41) and light green (RFNG30) boxplots and black boxplots show the results of healthy control plants. All boxplots represent the median with the first and third quartile, the whiskers show the minimum and maximum values. Boxplots marked with different letters are statistically different (ANOVA, Dunn’s or Mood’s Median test, n = 4, α = 0.05)

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