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Potential of Wide Crosses to Improve the Resistance to Vomitoxin Accumulation in Wheat Following Infection by Fusarium Head Blight

By George Fedak

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Published: May 24th 2017

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George Fedak (May 24th 2017). Potential of Wide Crosses to Improve the Resistance to Vomitoxin Accumulation in Wheat Following Infection by Fusarium Head Blight, Wheat Improvement, Management and Utilization Ruth Wanyera, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/67272. Available from:

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