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Efeito de Phaeoisariopsis griseola na atividade de ribulose-1,5-bifosfato carboxilase-oxigenase, clorofilase, beta-1,3 glucanase e quitinase em cultivares de Phaseolus vulgaris


, : Efeito de Phaeoisariopsis griseola na atividade de ribulose-1,5-bifosfato carboxilase-oxigenase, clorofilase, beta-1,3 glucanase e quitinase em cultivares de Phaseolus vulgaris. Fitopatologia Brasileira 25(1): 59-66

Leaf pathogens can interfer with the photosynthetic apparatus by reducing the photosynthesizing area as well as by changing the metabolism of the reminiscent green tissue of diseased leaves.

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