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1999 | 46 | 4 | 49-60
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Identyfikacja patogenow grzybowych zboz i badanie ich roznorodnosci genetycznej za pomoca lancuchowej reakcji polimerazy [PCR]

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Results of research carried out within 1995-1998 on application of molecular methods to identify the fungal pathogens of cereals were reviewed in the paper. Results of studies on fungal genome of Fusarium species - the number and size of chromosomes were presented. Available information concerning the possibilities of fungal pathogens identification with the use of RFLP, RAPD-PCR, SCAR and AFLP methods, based on the analysis of extracted fungal DNA and PCR (polymerase chain reaction) procedure were described.
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46
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4
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49-60
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s.49-60,tab.,bibliogr.
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  • Instytut Genetyki Roslin PAN, Poznan
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Bibliografia
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