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Histological and histochemical studies of disease resistance in plants


, : Histological and histochemical studies of disease resistance in plants. Sel' skokhozyaistvennaya Biologiya 10(2): 194-201

A brief survey is given of published work on the use of histochemical methods to investigate resistance to fungal diseases in plants, and the importance of these methods in studying field resistance is shown.

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