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Parasitism genes and host range disparities in biotrophic nematodes: the conundrum of polyphagy versus specialism

TitleParasitism genes and host range disparities in biotrophic nematodes: the conundrum of polyphagy versus specialism
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsBlok VC, Jones JT, Phillips MS, Trudgill DL
JournalBioessays
Volume30
Pagination249 - 259
Date Published2008///
KeywordsAnnrep-2008, f/y 2007/08, KT 2007/08, LY, not vg 2003, Vivian Blok, xa Bioessays 6.79 / 8241, xSubmitted - Jun 2007, xxIn press - Nov 2007, xxPublished - Mar 2008, xxxPublished
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URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/bies.20717

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