Equation 4 includes partial resistance factors ([xi] and [gamma]) derived from Eurocode 7 in Table 5 (Frank 2006).
What does PR stand for?
PR stands for Partial Resistance
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Conversely, race-nonspecific resistance is mainly polygenic, this type of resistance has often been described as slow rusting or partial resistance  and is known to be long-lasting and more durable .
So far, only one snap bean variety out of 63 that the researchers have screened showed partial resistance to C1YVV-WI.
8% prevalence of complete or partial resistance to aspirin therapy.
Horizon" is a crisping variety, a Santa cross with a high resistance to powdery scab and blackleg and partial resistance to Globodera pallida (PCN).
Previously, L-574-1 and CI 13227 were determined to have two and four genes for partial resistance, respectively.
Past research has shown that sequences with cytosines adjacent or near methylated cytosines acquire partial resistance to full conversion.