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Title: Host plant resistance to phytophthora pod rot in cacao (theobroma cacao L.): the role of epicuticular wax on pod and leaf surfaces
Authors: Nyadanu, D.
Akromah, R.
Adomako, B.
Kwoseh, C.
Dzahini-Obiatey, H.
Lowor, S.T.
Akrofi, A.Y.
Assuah, M.K.
Keywords: Theobroma cacao L.
epicuticular wax
black pod disease
host plant resistance
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: International Journal of Botany
Citation: International Journal of Botany 8 (1):13 -21, 2012
Abstract: Black pod disease caused by P. palmivora and P. megakaya in Ghana is one of the major causes of yield loss in cocoa. Several defense mechanisms are required to counter attack.......
Description: International Journal of Botany 8(1):13-21, 2012 ISSN 1811-9700/DOI:10.3923/ijb.2012.1321 C 2012 Asian Network for Scientific Information
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/6385
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