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Detection of carnation viruses with the test plant Saponaria vaccaria 'Pink Beauty'


, : Detection of carnation viruses with the test plant Saponaria vaccaria 'Pink Beauty'. Acta Horticulturae (36): 35-46

Symptoms induced by carnation mottle, carnation ringspot, carnation etched ring and carnation vein mottle viruses on S.vaccaria are described.


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