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The experimental approach in assessing disease losses in cereals: barley yellow dwarf


The experimental approach in assessing disease losses in cereals: barley yellow dwarf



Canad. PI. Dis. Surv 48: 74-75



Tabulated data are included on the losses in yield from artificial infection with the virus in ten oat, nine common wheat and four durum wheat varieties.

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