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Genetic engineering, molecular biology and tissue culture for crop pest and disease management



Genetic engineering, molecular biology and tissue culture for crop pest and disease management



Genetic engineering, molecular biology and tissue culture for crop pest and disease management: x + 309 pp.



This book, which is aimed at plant pathologists, entomologists, nematologists and agronomists as well as graduate students in molecular plant pathology, contains 25 chapters in 3 sections, namely: (1) genetic engineering (13 chapters); (2) molecular biology (5 chapters); and (3) tissue culture: techniques and its application (7 chapters).

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