Differences between the succinate dehydrogenase sequences of isopyrazam sensitive Zymoseptoria tritici and insensitive Fusarium graminearum strains.

@article{Dubos2013DifferencesBT,
  title={Differences between the succinate dehydrogenase sequences of isopyrazam sensitive Zymoseptoria tritici and insensitive Fusarium graminearum strains.},
  author={Tiphaine Dubos and Matias Pasquali and Friederike Pogoda and Angel Casanova and Lucien Hoffmann and Marco Beyer},
  journal={Pesticide biochemistry and physiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={105 1},
  pages={
          28-35
        }
}

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