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Identification of resistance to stem nematode in sweet potato

, : Identification of resistance to stem nematode in sweet potato. Crop Genetic Resources ( 2): 36-37

The resistance of 508 Ipomoea batatas varieties, 119 accessions of related wild species and progeny from interspecific hybrids was tested in 1988-93 in a field severely infested with Ditylenchus destructor in Qufu in the Shandong province of China.

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