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Connexion between the resistance reaction of apple and the growth character of the scab pathogen Venturia inaequalis in pure culture



Connexion between the resistance reaction of apple and the growth character of the scab pathogen Venturia inaequalis in pure culture



Byul Nauch Inform Tsentr Genet Lab (28): 45-46



The connexion between the 'pin-hole' reaction of apple leaves to infection and growth of the fungus in culture is discussed.

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