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However, the reaction of cultivar ND/VG9144//KAL/ BB/3/YACO/4/CHIL raises questions: ... 310 T. Di Zinno, H. Longree, and H. Maraite.
|Title||:||Helminthosporium Blights of Wheat|
|Author||:||Etienne Duveiller, Dubin, H.J., Reeves, J., McNab, A. (eds.)|
|Publisher||:||CIMMYT - 1998|