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Pre-Exposure to Ozone Predisposes Oak Leaves to Attacks by Diplodia corticola and Biscogniauxia mediterranea

1IPP-CNR, Via Madonna del Piano 10, I-50019 Sesto Fiorentino, Firenze, Italy
2Dip. Protezione Piante, Univ. Tuscia, Via de Lellis, I-01100, Viterbo, Italy
3Dip. Protezione Piante, Univ. Sassari, Via de Nicola, I-07100, Sassari, Italy

Received 27 September 2006; Revised 15 December 2006; Accepted 18 December 2006

Academic Editor: Andrzej Bytnerowicz

Copyright © 2007 Elena Paoletti et al.

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