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Increased susceptibility to Southern leaf spot (Helminthosporium maydis) in inbred lines and hybrids of Maize with Texas male-sterile cytoplasm



Increased susceptibility to Southern leaf spot (Helminthosporium maydis) in inbred lines and hybrids of Maize with Texas male-sterile cytoplasm



Pl. Dis. Reptr, Res. Dept W. R. Grace, Champaign, Ill., 54: 6, 501-503



An apparent relationship between the Texas cytoplasmic male sterility and susceptibility to H. maydis was observed in inbred lines and hybrids of maize in Ill.

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