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Identification of fungi transmitted by seed


, : Identification of fungi transmitted by seed. Identifier les champignons transmis par les semences: 398 pp.

The book comprises 9 chapters on economic importance of seed-transmissible fungi, classification of moulds transmitted by seed, different modes of seed contamination, types of fungi found in seed lots, sanitary regulations applied to seed, sanitary seed testing, main methods of testing, fungi transmitted by seed, and rare parasites observed in seed.

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