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A collateral host for citrus Phytophthora



A collateral host for citrus Phytophthora



Current Science 51(4): 200-201



Isolates from leaf lesions on Colocasia antiquorum, which grows abundantly around ponds, streams and stagnant water in India, were similar to P. nicotianae var. parasitica from citrus. In cross-inoculations both hosts were infected with isolates from the opposite host.

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