Isolation, Storage, Pathotype Characterization, and Evaluation of Resistance for <i>Phytophthora sojae</i> in Soybean

Fig. 3B. Antheridia may be attached to the P. sojae oospores in a paragynous (A) or amphigynous (B, shown here) position.



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Isolation, Storage, Pathotype Characterization, and Evaluation of Resistance for Phytophthora sojae in Soybean