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Studies on differentiation of Venturia inaequalis of apple in pathogenicity


, : Studies on differentiation of Venturia inaequalis of apple in pathogenicity. Journal of Northwest A and F University Natural Science Edition 35(5): 92-96

In order to explicit the pathogenicity differentiation of Venturia inaequalis in fields, three apple cultivars were individually inoculated with 57 representative single spore isolates of Venturia inaequalis collected respectively from different apple producing areas in China, England and India.

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