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Involvement of partial resistance in the genetic control of diseases - the case of Ascochyta blight resistance in pea



Involvement of partial resistance in the genetic control of diseases - the case of Ascochyta blight resistance in pea



3rd European conference on grain legumes Opportunities for high quality, healthy and added value crops to meet European demands Valladolid, Spain, 14-19 November 1998: 107-113



Methods for studying partial resistance and resistance breeding are described using the pea (Pisum sativum)-Ascochyta rabiei system as an example.

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