Avirulence genes in plant-pathogenic bacteria: signals or weapons?

@inproceedings{Vivian1997AvirulenceGI,
  title={Avirulence genes in plant-pathogenic bacteria: signals or weapons?},
  author={Alan Vivian and Marjorie J. Gibbon},
  year={1997}
}
When it is previously known that two objects A and B do not overlap on a display screen, if polygon depiction order is set as shown below, there is almost no possibility that depiction data of overlapped addresses exist in the process of translucent calculation. Order (1) polygon a-1, order (2) polygon b-1, order (3) polygon a-2, order (4) polygon b-2, order (5) polygon a-3, order (6) polygon b-3, order (7) polygon a-4, order (8) polygon b-4, thereby providing an image generation apparatus, an… CONTINUE READING

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