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by Syoyo Nishimura,Carroll P. Vance,Noriyuki Doke

Download Molecular Determinants of Plant Diseases ePub
  • ISBN 3540173420
  • ISBN13 978-3540173427
  • Language English
  • Author Syoyo Nishimura,Carroll P. Vance,Noriyuki Doke
  • Publisher Springer; 1 edition (February 10, 1987)
  • Pages 293
  • Formats rtf mobi txt lrf
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1540 kb
  • Size Fb2 1173 kb
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Nishimura, . Vance, C. and Doke, N. (Eds), Molecular Determinants of Plant Diseases. Scheffer, R. Toxins as chemical determinants of plant disease, in: Toxins and Plant Pathogenesis, pp. 1–40. Eds J. M. Daly and B. J. Deverall.

Nishimura, . Japan Sci. Press, g, Berlin 1987. Academic Press, Sydney 1983. 57. and Briggs, S. Introduction: A perspective of toxin studies in plant pathology, in: Toxins in Plant Diseases, pp. 1–20. Ed. R. D. Durbin, Academic Press, New York 1981. 58. and Livingston, R. Host-selective toxins and their role in plant diseases.

Gabriele Luise Langsdorf, Noriyuki Furuichi, Noriyuki Doke, Syoyo Nishimura. The Japanese pear pathotype of Alternaria alternata, which causes black spot disease, produces multiple host-selective toxins (AK-toxins I and II) in culture; the strawberry pathotype, which causes. The Japanese pear pathotype of Alternaria alternata, which causes black spot disease, produces multiple host-selective toxins (AK-toxins I and II) in culture; the strawberry pathotype, which cause. More).

Carroll Phillip Vance, American Plant physiologist, biochemist, educator.

Vol. a)Plant diseases. Responsible Authorship. Syoyo Nishimura Carroll P Vance Noriyuki Doke. Physical Description. xiv 293 p : Category. a)WAU c)WAU d)m/c d)AGL d)WTU d)menoufia university-faculty of agriculture.