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Resistance to Puccinia coronata avenae in induced mutants of Avena sativa



Resistance to Puccinia coronata avenae in induced mutants of Avena sativa



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 40(11): 5089B-5090B



A control population consisting of untreated lines of CI7555, a mutagen-derived population and a back-cross-derived population were grown in 1977-78 and were evaluated for yield and resistance to P. coronata f. sp. avenae.

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