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The use of phytoalexin induction and of in vitro methods as a tool for screening grapevines for resistance to Botrytis cinerea






Verhoeff, K, Malathrakis, N E, Williamson, B Recent advances in Botrytis research: 109-112

The use of phytoalexin induction and of in vitro methods as a tool for screening grapevines for resistance to Botrytis cinerea



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