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Studies on the physiology of the host-parasite relations of wheat stem rust



Studies on the physiology of the host-parasite relations of wheat stem rust



Proceedings of the IVth International Congress of Crop Protection, Hamburg, September 1959. 1: 75-80



Significant changes in nitrogen metabolism, respiration and auxin activity were found to occur in seedling leaves of rust-infected wheat plants.

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