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A model of Verticillium wilt in relation to cotton growth and development



A model of Verticillium wilt in relation to cotton growth and development



Phytopathology 73(1): 89-95



Based on systems analyses, the phenology and growth and development of healthy and Verticillium dahliae-infected Acala SJ-2 plants were compared. A submodel for V. wilt was developed and coupled to an existing simulation model for healthy plants.

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