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VIRULENCE FACTORS OF PUCCINIA TRITICINA THE CAUSAL AGENT OF WHEAT LEAF RUST IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF IRAN

@article{Zarandi2011VIRULENCEFO,
  title={VIRULENCE FACTORS OF PUCCINIA TRITICINA THE CAUSAL AGENT OF WHEAT LEAF RUST IN DIFFERENT PARTS OF IRAN},
  author={Faramarz Zarandi and Farzad Moien Afshari and S Rezaii},
  journal={Seed and Plant Improvment Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={271},
  pages={219-231}
}
قيقحت نيا ياهروتكاف نييعت تهج ازيراميب يي triticina Puccinia ، لاس رد 1386 و زا هدافتسا اب 30 هيادج هوهق گنز عمج يا زا هدش يروآ 13 ناريا هقطنم گنز هناخلگ رد تلاغ ياه لاـهن هيهتو حلاصا تاقيقحت هسسوم رذب و ) جرك ( ، زا هدافتسا اب 40 ت نيلا ًابيرق كينژوزيا مدنگ ييازيراميب لومرف ساسا رب و / رـيغ ييازيراـميب ماـجنا دش . صل اخ هنومن يزاس نآ روپسا ريثكت و اه ساسح مقر يور اه ) ينلاوب ( دش ماجنا . هـب هدـش صلاـخ ياهروپسا هيام كينژوزيا ماقرا يور هناگادج روط يامد اب كيرات ناكم رد و ينز 20 18… 

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