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Phomopsis-resistant lupins - breakthrough towards the control of lupinosis



Phomopsis-resistant lupins - breakthrough towards the control of lupinosis



Journal of Agriculture Western Australia 27(2): 43-46



The introduction of resistance to P. leptostromiformis, the source of the toxin that causes lupinosis in sheep, from Lupinus angustifolius to susceptible species such as L. luteus, is described.

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