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Histochemical localization of catechin and gallocatechin in roots of inoculated and uninoculated root-knot-nematode-susceptible and -resistant cotton



Histochemical localization of catechin and gallocatechin in roots of inoculated and uninoculated root-knot-nematode-susceptible and -resistant cotton



Journal of Nematology 11: 316



No differences in distribution or quantities of catechin and gallocatechin were observed in Meloidogyne incognita infected resistant and susceptible cotton cultivars.

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