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MRI Imaging of the Physiology of Fungal Pathogens in Cultivated Plants

Originální název

MRI Imaging of the Physiology of Fungal Pathogens in Cultivated Plants

Anglický název

MRI Imaging of the Physiology of Fungal Pathogens in Cultivated Plants

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The imaging of the physiology of fungal pathogens is currently feasible by means of the microscopic technique or the photographic approach. However, these methods do not provide dependable results, mainly because their description of the physiology of pathogens is either too detailed or lacks the necessary aspects. The authors of this paper have analyzed the possibility of visualizing the physiology of pathogen mycelia via the MRI method. This approach provides an overall image of the pathogens and enables the mapping of the plant infestation stage. MRI imaging also appears to be a suitable tool to support further research of the pathogens and their influence on the attacked plants or other biological material.

Anglický abstrakt

The imaging of the physiology of fungal pathogens is currently feasible by means of the microscopic technique or the photographic approach. However, these methods do not provide dependable results, mainly because their description of the physiology of pathogens is either too detailed or lacks the necessary aspects. The authors of this paper have analyzed the possibility of visualizing the physiology of pathogen mycelia via the MRI method. This approach provides an overall image of the pathogens and enables the mapping of the plant infestation stage. MRI imaging also appears to be a suitable tool to support further research of the pathogens and their influence on the attacked plants or other biological material.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101224,
  author="Eliška {Vlachová Hutová} and Karel {Bartušek} and Radim {Kořínek} and Radovan {Pokorný}",
  title="MRI Imaging of the Physiology of Fungal Pathogens in Cultivated Plants",
  annote="The imaging of the physiology of fungal pathogens is currently feasible by means of the microscopic technique or the photographic approach. However, these methods do not provide dependable results, mainly because their description of the physiology of pathogens is either too detailed or lacks the necessary aspects. The authors of this paper have analyzed the possibility of visualizing the physiology of pathogen mycelia via the MRI method. This approach provides an overall image of the pathogens and enables the mapping of the plant infestation stage. MRI imaging also appears to be a suitable tool to support further research of the pathogens and their influence on the attacked plants or other biological material.",
  booktitle="Proceedings of PIERS 2013 in Stockholm",
  chapter="101224",
  howpublished="online",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="1666--1670",
  type="conference paper"
}