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Induced protection in melon plants against Mycosphaerella melonis by prior inoculations with Helminthosporium carbonum or heat-inactivated M. melonis






Fitopatologia Brasileira 11(3): 507-514

Induced protection in melon plants against Mycosphaerella melonis by prior inoculations with Helminthosporium carbonum or heat-inactivated M. melonis

Plants of 2 cultivars susceptible to M. melonis showed a resistant response to it when pre-inoculated with H. carbonum.


Accession: 001615881



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