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Cucumber mosaic virus in Nandina and other ornamentals

Acta Horticulturae (36): 65-74

Cucumber mosaic virus in Nandina and other ornamentals

Cucumber mosaic virus was isolated from Nandina domestica, Ajuga reptans and Euonymus japonicus var. microphyllus.

Accession: 000053818

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Barnett O.W.; Baxter L.W.Jr, 1974: Cucumber mosaic virus in nandina domestica and other ornamentals. Acta Horticulturae (Wageningen) 36: 65-71

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