Phytopathogenic prokaryotes, Volume 1
Mark S. Mount, George H. Lacy
Academic Press, 1982 - Medical - 541 pages
V.1 - Phytopathogenic prokaryotes; Concepts for plant interactions with prokaryotes; Prokaryote interactions on plant surfaces; Prokaryote interactions within the plant; v.2 - Epidemiology and dispersal; Host coevolution with the pathogen; Pathogen coevolution with the host; Strategies for control; Cultivation and preservation.
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How Phytopathogenic Prokaryotes Are Classified
The Infection Process
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