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Real-time PCR quantification and spatio-temporal distribution of airborne inoculum of Puccinia triticina in Belgium

Bibliographic reference Duvivier, Maxime ; Dedeurwaerder, Géraldine ; Bataille, Charlotte ; De Proft, Michel ; Legrève, Anne. Real-time PCR quantification and spatio-temporal distribution of airborne inoculum of Puccinia triticina in Belgium. In: European Journal of Plant Pathology, Vol. 145, no.2, p. 405-420 (2016)
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