Biotrophy and rust haustoria

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MENDGEN, Kurt, Christine STRUCK, Ralf T. VOEGELE, Matthias HAHN, 2000. Biotrophy and rust haustoria. In: Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. 56(4), pp. 141-145. ISSN 0885-5765. Available under: doi: 10.1006/pmpp.2000.0264

@article{Mendgen2000Biotr-7206, title={Biotrophy and rust haustoria}, year={2000}, doi={10.1006/pmpp.2000.0264}, number={4}, volume={56}, issn={0885-5765}, journal={Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology}, pages={141--145}, author={Mendgen, Kurt and Struck, Christine and Voegele, Ralf T. and Hahn, Matthias} }

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