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Parasite-host interrelations on inoculating hop with false powdery mildew

Parasite-host interrelations on inoculating hop with false powdery mildew

Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya (4): 86-88

The infection cycle of Pseudoperonospora humuli was studied in the lab. on cultivars differing in field resistance.

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