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Studies on some Phyllosticta spp. affecting leguminous hosts

Studies on some Phyllosticta spp. affecting leguminous hosts

Biovigyanam 5(2): 173-174

Results of pathogenicity tests in pots with 9 P. spp. and their respective hosts, and growth in culture, are described.

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