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One hundred fifty-five isolates of Bipolaris sorokiniana of wheat were studied for their morphopathological characterization. These isolates were grouped in five categories--black, brown/dull black, gray cottony growth, dull white/greenish black, and white--on the basis of their growth pattern. The frequency of the black suppressed type was maximum(More)
Bones are calcified connective tissue forming the major portion of the skeleton of most vertebrates. There are about 206 bones in our body and contains more calcium. Bones begin to develop before birth. From the moment of birth until the time one has grown up, bones go through a set a characteristic changes. Therefore the skeletal maturity, or bone age, can(More)
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