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3. Enzymatic properties of microorganisms result in the direct decomposition of structural components of the plant. Toxic properties result in alteration of physiology and enzyme function within the plant. Pathogen-produced or -induced hormonal changes effect the regulation of plant growth. All of these properties determine the disease etiology and can result in a diseased host plant that represents a reservoir contributing to the persistence of microorganisms. Similar properties enhance the persistence and survival of animal pathogens in natural environments.

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