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Characterization of two Norway spruce clone groups differing in smoke resistance by treatment of needle extracts with hydrogen peroxide


European Journal of Forest Pathology 12(6/7): 339-346
Characterization of two Norway spruce clone groups differing in smoke resistance by treatment of needle extracts with hydrogen peroxide
The peroxide tests of needles free from injurious air pollution components showed that only extracts from those of resistant grafts yielded a purple-coloured substance.


Accession: 001053497



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