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Investigations on the physiology of the host-parasite relations of rust and mildew fungi



Investigations on the physiology of the host-parasite relations of rust and mildew fungi



Report of the Third International Conference on Wheat Rust, held in the Bureau of Special Studies of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock, Mexico, DF, Mexico, 18-24 March, 1956. 140-41



In comparisons of inoculated material of the susceptible variety Little Club with that of the resistant wheat Khapli, Little Club showed a marked increase in dry weight and a slight decrease in total N, while in Khapli there was no increase in dry weight but a marked diminution in total N, the latter apparently resulting from the more rapid reduction of proteins to aminoacids.

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