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content material: Phytoalexins and chemical substances that elicit their construction in crops / N.T. willing and B. Bruegger --
position of elicitors of phytoalexin accumulation in plant affliction resistance / Barbara S. Valent and Peter Albersheim --
Biochemical elements of plant affliction resistance and susceptibility / Doug S. Kenfield and Gary A. Strobel --
Interactions among phytophthora infestans and potato host / Donald D. debts --
Biosynthetic relationships of sesquiterpenoidal pressure compounds from the solanaceae / Albert Stoessl, E.W.B. Ward, and J.B. Stothers --
Activated coordinated chemical safety opposed to affliction in vegetation / Joseph Kuć and Frank L. Caruso --
Biochemical and ultrastructural features of Southern corn leaf blight illness / Peter Gregory, Elizabeth D. Earle, and Vernon E. Gracen --
Host plant resistance to bugs / A.C. Waiss, Jr., B.G. Chan, and C.A. Elliger --
the results of plant biochemicals on insect progress and dietary body structure / John C. Reese --
Isolation and id of poisonous brokers from vegetation / Martin Jacobson --
Insect antifeedants and repellents from African vegetation / I. Kubo and ok. Nakanishi --
Antifeedant sesquiterpene lactones within the compositae / Tom J. Mabry, James E. Gill, William C. Burnett, Jr., and Samuel B. Jones, Jr. --
Insect antifeedants of spodoptera litura in crops / Katsura Munakata --
traditional pesticides from cotton (gossypium) / Robert D. Stipanovic, Alois A. Bell, and Maurice J. Lukefahr --
function of repellents and deterrents in feeding of scolytus multistriatus / Dale M. Norris --
Behavioral and developmental elements affecting host plant resistance to bugs / P.A. Hedin, J.N. Jenkins, and F.G. Maxwell.

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