Hydroxamic acids - distribution

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  1. Zúñiga, G.E., Argandoña, V.H., Niemeyer, H.M. & Corcuera, L.J. (1983) Hydroxamic acid content in wild and cultivated gramineae. Phytochemistry 22: 2665-2668.
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  2. Niemeyer, H.M. (1988) Hydroxamic acid content of Triticum species. Euphytica 37: 289-293.
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  3. Copaja, S.V., Barría, B.N. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1991) Hydroxamic acid content of perennial triticeae. Phytochemistry 30: 1531-1534.
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  4. Copaja, S.V., Niemeyer, H.M. & Wratten, S.D. (1991) Hydroxamic acid levels in Chilean and British wheat seedlings. Annals of Applied Biology 118: 223-227.
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  5. Barría, B.N., Copaja, S.V. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1992) Occurrence of DIBOA in wild Hordeum species and relation to aphid resistance. Phytochemistry 31: 89-91.
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  6. Niemeyer, H.M., Copaja, S.V. & Barría, B.N. (1992) The Triticeae as source of hydroxamic acids, secondary metabolites in wheat conferring resistance against aphids. Hereditas 116: 295-299.
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  7. Nicol, D., Copaja, S.V., Wratten, S.D. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1992) A screen of worldwide wheat cultivars for hydroxamic acid levels and aphid antixenosis. Annals of Applied Biology 121: 11-18.
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  8. Escobar, C.A. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1993) Potential of hydroxamic acids in breeding for aphid resistance in wheat. Acta Agriculturae Scandinavica Section B. Soil and Plant Science 43: 163-167.
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  9. Gianoli, E. & Niemeyer, H.M. (1998) DIBOA in wild Poaceae: sources of resistance to the Russian wheat aphid (Diuraphis noxia) and the greenbug (Schizaphis graminum). Euphytica 102: 317-321.
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