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Resistance of sorghum to cereal aphids



Resistance of sorghum to cereal aphids



Nauch tekhn byul Vses selekts genet in ta (33): 50-54



0f 506 forms evaluated, the following were selected with relative resistance to Schizaphis graminum and Rhopalosiphum maidis during the early stages of development: Serebristoe 195 Hegari r1212, 1950/77, I288/62-1177 and Karlikovaya Dzhugara 185

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