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Host range of Albugo tragopogi from common ragweed



Host range of Albugo tragopogi from common ragweed



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 2(3): 173-175



The host range of Albugo tragopogi isolated from common ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia) was determined to evaluate its potential use as a biological control agent of its host. Fifty-nine species of plants were inoculated and sunflower was the only plant, other than common ragweed, to be infected. However, sunflower was demonstrated to be an incompatible host.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060668009501436



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