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Variability, physiologic specialization and genetics of pathogenicity in graminicolous helminthosporia affecting cereal crops



Variability, physiologic specialization and genetics of pathogenicity in graminicolous helminthosporia affecting cereal crops



Indian Phytopathology 32(1): 1-22



The subjects are reviewed with respect to a range of Helminthosporium species, including those recognized as belonging to the genera Cochliobolus, Drechslera, Pyrenophora, Setosphaeria. This review on Helminthosporium spp. was presented at the 31st Annual General Meeting of Indian Phytopath.

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