Klendusity

A special kind of disease escape, in which a susceptible plant avoids disease because of an intrinsic property of the plant itself that greatly reduces the chances of its being inoculated, even though there may be an abundance of inoculum in the area.

klendusity

A special kind of disease escape in which a susceptible plant avoids disease because of an intrinsic property of the plant itself that greatly reduces the chances of its being inoculated, even though there may be an abundance of inoculum in the area.
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