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Sensitivity of Fusarium culmorum to triazoles : impact of trichothecene chemotypes, oxidative stress response and genetic diversity

Bibliographic reference Hellin, Pierre ; Scauflaire, Jonathan ; Van Hese, Viviane ; Munaut, Françoise ; Legrève, Anne. Sensitivity of Fusarium culmorum to triazoles : impact of trichothecene chemotypes, oxidative stress response and genetic diversity. In: Pest Management Science, , p. 1-9 (2016)
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