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Identification of causal fungi of Sclerotinia disease of legumes in the Cerrados.


, : Identification of causal fungi of Sclerotinia disease of legumes in the Cerrados.. Relatorio tecnico do projeto nipo brasileiro de cooperacao em pesquisa agricola nos Cerrados 1987/1992: 286-291

A study was conducted to compare the Sclerotinia isolates collected in the Cerrado region, Brazil, with S. sclerotiorum and S. trifoliorum imported from Japan.


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