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A member of the apple mosaic virus group occurring in Rubus

Acta Horticulturae (44): 63

A member of the apple mosaic virus group occurring in Rubus

The virus was latent in cvs of R. idaeus, R. occidentalis and R. ursinus.

Accession: 000004558

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