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Pseudomonas syringae resistance in Phaseolus coccineus



Pseudomonas syringae resistance in Phaseolus coccineus



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 2: 49-50



Of over 100 lines, one Ph. coccineus line, designated WBR133, showed resistance in repeated greenhouse tests. Resistant selections from this line have been crossed with several commercial lines of Ph. vulgaris.

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