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Response in Beltsville greenhouses of dry bean cultivars and breeding lines to oxidant air pollution



Response in Beltsville greenhouses of dry bean cultivars and breeding lines to oxidant air pollution



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 3: 326



When 15 Phaseolus vulgaris varieties and breeding lines were grown as potted plants in the greenhouse and subject to unfiltered air, California Small White 59 was the most resistant to atmospheric pollution.

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