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Title. Diseases of fruit and nut crops in the United States in Title Variants: Alternative: Section on citrus and sub-tropical fruits Related Titles. Series: Plant disease reporter ; suppl.
Bennett, C. (Carlyle Wilson) Fulton, Harry R. (Harry Rascoe), United States. Publication date Topics Fruit Diseases and pests United States, Nuts Diseases and pests United States Publisher [Washington, D.C.]: Office of Plant Disease Survey and Pathological Collections, Bureau of Plant Industry, United States Department of AgriculturePages: Diseases of fruit and nut crops in the United States in Pages; Diseases of fruit and nut crops in the United States in By.
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The varieties Lloyd George and Burnetholm (and probably Malling Promise) are heterozygous for three genes governing resistance to mildew (S. macularis (FR.) J aczewski, syn. humuli (DC.) BU rr.), Sp 1 and Sp 2 being dominant complementaries and sp 3 recessive. Resistance whether of Sp 1, Sp 2 or sp 3 sp 3 origin is epistatic to susceptibility.
Sp 3 is linked with the fruit colour. About this Item: Narendra Pub, 88 figs, tables (illustrator). Contents Acknowledgements Preface A Diseases of fruit and ornamental crops 1 Disease of fruits 2 Diseases of ornamental plants B Diseases of plantation spice medicinal and forest plants 3 Diseases of plantation crops 4 Diseases of spices 5 Diseases of medicinal and aromatic plants 6 Diseases of forest trees C Diseases of.
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