I. I. Matériels and .. .. ,

. , PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) et marqueurs microsatellites

. , 1. Analyse de la dynamique des infections sur, 2008.

.. .. Nombre-de-souches-par-plante,

. .. Degré-de-stérilisation,

. , Degré de stérilisation par souche au sein des plantes

. , Effet des infections multiples et apparentement sur la virulence

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