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Heat treatment and meristem culture as a means of freeing potato varieties from viruses X and S


, : Heat treatment and meristem culture as a means of freeing potato varieties from viruses X and S. Potato Research 16(4): 263-269

Of 137 meristems from sprouts of heat treated tubers 76 germinated, 12 developed into plants and 7 of these were free from both viruses, 3 were free from virus X and 2 were infected by both.

Accession: 000106512

DOI: 10.1007/bf02361531

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