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Freeing regional potato varieties from viruses S, X, M and Y by meristem culture in the Estonian SSR


, : Freeing regional potato varieties from viruses S, X, M and Y by meristem culture in the Estonian SSR. Kratk Dokl po Vopr Zashch Rast VIII Pribalt Konf po Zashch Rast Ch 1 Kaunas: 106-109

Methods to obtain plants of the highly susceptible var.


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