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Resistance of dry land rice cultivars to panicle blast in the field and vertical and partial resistance to leaf blast in the greenhouse



Resistance of dry land rice cultivars to panicle blast in the field and vertical and partial resistance to leaf blast in the greenhouse



Fitopatologia Brasileira 13(2): 123




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