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Inhibitors of Deuterophoma tracheiphila in citrus varieties resistant to 'mal seco'

Inhibitors of Deuterophoma tracheiphila in citrus varieties resistant to 'mal seco'

Research Report, Science & Agriculture, Hebrew University of Jerusalem 64, 1963-64. 500 p

Growth of the above fungus is inhibited by two substances, C1 and CS2, which are found in resistant mandarin varieties but not in susceptible lemons and related species.

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