Characterization of isolates that cause black rot of crucifers in East Africa

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Mulema, Joseph M. K.; Vicente, Joana G.; Pink, David; Jackson, Alison C.; Chacha, Duncan O.; Wasilwa, L. A. (Lusike A.); Kinyua, Zakary M.; Karanja, Daniel K.; Holub, E. B.; Hand, Paul;

A study was conducted in the East African countries of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda in the months of July and August 2009 with the objectives of assessing the status of black rot and race structure of Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris in the three countries. Samples i... View more
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