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The physiology of host-parasite relations



The physiology of host-parasite relations



Soi. Rev, 2: 5, 236-281



The writer summarizes and discusses some outstanding contributions to the knowledge of the relationships between fungal parasites (facultative and obligate) and their hosts, with observations on the factors involved in the development of resistance or susceptibility, and a brief reference to the theory of acquired immunity, a critical review of the literature on which has been-published by Chester.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02867931



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