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Hormonelike effects caused by inoculation of wheat leaves and ears with Microdochium nivale (FR.) Samuels et Hallett var. nivale?



Hormonelike effects caused by inoculation of wheat leaves and ears with Microdochium nivale (FR.) Samuels et Hallett var. nivale?



Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection 30(3): 201-216



The effects of 10-4 cytokinin (as Kinetine) and inoculation with M. nivale (Monographella nivalis), on wheat flag leaves in Germany were investigated. Both lead to higher green leaf area and increased rooting.

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