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Reaction of Cauliflower Genotypes to Black Rot of Crucifers
Lincon Rafael da Silva, Renan César Dias da Silva, Atalita Francis Cardoso, Gláucia de Mello Pelá, Daniel Diego Costa Carvalho
Plant Pathol J. 2015;31(2):181-185.   Published online June 30, 2015

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Black Rot of Crucifers
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