aab12030-sup-0001-FigureS1.tifTIFF image12496KFig. S1. Distribution pattern of hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) in chickpea leaves as influenced by various treatments at 40× magnification. (A) True control (B) positive control; (a) and (b) show formation of necrotic lesions, (D1) Mesorhizobium (RL091 + Sr); (c) shows intermittent presence of H2O2, (D2) fluorescent Pseudomonas (PHU094 + Sr), (D3) Trichoderma (THU0816 + Sr), (D4) RL091 + PHU094 + Sr, (D5) RL091 + THU0816 +  Sr; (d) shows accumulation of H2O2 majorly at tip region, (D6) PHU094 + THU0816 + Sr; (e) and (f) shows prominent and uniform accumulation in mid vein, (D7) RL091 + PHU094 + THU0816 + Sr; (g) shows uniform and distributed pattern throughout major and minor veins. (i) and (ii) in all treatments denote petiolar and leaf tip region, respectively.

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