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陳昭容 , Masters Advisor：鍾文鑫
繁體中文 DOI： 10.6845/NCHU.2009.01321
Phytophthora capsici ； 生物特性 ； 病原型 ； A1和A2配對型 ； 滅達樂感受性 ； 抗病種源篩選 ； 亞蔬高級品系 ； Phytophthora capsici ； biological characterization ； pathotype ； A1and A2mating type ； metalaxyl sensitivity ； resistant source ； AVRDC advanced lines
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- French-Monar RD, Jones JB, Roberts PD, 2006. Characterization of Phytophthora capsici associated with roots of weeds on Florida vegetable farms. Plant Disease 90, 345-50.
- Glosier BR, Ogundiwin EA, Sidhu GS, Sischo DR, Prince JP, 2008. A differential series of pepper (Capsicum annuum) lines delineates fourteen physiological races of Phytophthora capsici. Euphytica 162, 23-30.
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