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Resistance of wild cotton species to the different races of the fungus Verticillium



Resistance of wild cotton species to the different races of the fungus Verticillium



Tr VNII selektsii i semenovod khlopchatnika (18): 3-8



No completely resistant forms were discovered, but the species studied differed in tolerance. It was found that Gossypium arboreum and G. herbaceum could serve as differentiators of the two races of V. dahliae.

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