A Course in Modern Icelandic by Friðjónsson, Jón

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W. , with inoculum from the same host species. Apart from hetero- and homogeneous infection chains (Gaumann, 1951) 44 J . KRAN Z T A B L EI I Comparisono f th e Structura l Element so f Thre e Host-Pathoge n System sa Structural element Survivalo n Infectiono n Sporulation on Monilinia laxa on almon d Blighted blossoms , twigs, mummie s and peduncle so f previous yea r Blossoms; monocycli c and homogeneou s (sometimes als o fruits) Blighted blossoms , twigs, (fruits ) an d mummies,recurren t Sphaerotheca pannosao n plum Pseudoperonospora hamulio n ho p Dormant bud s an d newshoot so f roses Dormant ho pcrown s and bud s Shoots (incl .

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