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How plants defend themselves. An example -- papillae

How plants defend themselves. An example -- papillae

Vaxtskyddsnotiser 1983; 46(5/6): 117-122

Some recent reports on papillae (thickenings of the cell wall) are reviewed, with special reference to interactions between barley and Erysiphe graminis f.sp. hordei.

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