Horizons in plant pathology I. The “host” and the “parasite”: Need for a broadened outlook
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A critical appraisal of the celebrated couplet of plant pathology “host and parasite” is presented in the preceding pages. Author's own evaluation opens new vistas, displays several new ideas and an altogether new interpretation of this central theme of plant pathology incorporating biochemical concepts.
KeywordsPlant Pathology Critical Appraisal Central Theme Preceding Page Biochemical Concept
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