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Abstract

Leaves of infected with were exposed to CO for 2 h, and then haustorial complexes were isolated. The distribution of C in the isolated fraction was studied by light microscopic autoradiography. Solvent extraction prior to autoradiography indicated that most of the C resided in compounds insoluble in ethanol, chloroform and methanol. The haustorial complexes contained 82 to 84 % of the C in the fraction. Considerable variation, not correlated with haustorium age, was found in the labelling of individual haustorial complexes.

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