To visualize in situ reaction 24 h post inoculation with Pb + (Pb labeled with GFP), leaf samples were examined under a Leica MZFLIII stereomicroscope (Leica Microsystems, Germany) equipped with a DS-Fi1 camera (Nikon, NY, USA) and NIS-Elements (Nikon, NY, USA) software (ver. 3.06). GFP was excited with 440–520-nm light and emission was detected through a 520–600-nm GFP2 filter. To observe phenolic compounds' autofluorescence, 320–400-nm lasers were used for excitation, and emission was assessed through a UV filter at 420 nm.

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