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By J. A. Callow

This quantity of Advances in Botanical examine incorporating Advances in Plant Pathology comprises 5 experiences on numerous subject matters together with: * Foliar Endophytes and Their Interactions with Host crops, with particular connection with the Gymnospermae * vegetation looking for solar * The Mechanics of Root Anchorage * Molecular Genetics of Sulphate Assimilation * Pathogenecity, Host-specificity, and inhabitants Biology of Taesia spp, Causal brokers of Eyespot ailment of Cereals

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