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New observations on the sensitivity of Malus x dawsoniana to apple proliferation disease and on its use as an indicator






Acta Horticulturae (44): 175-182

New observations on the sensitivity of Malus x dawsoniana to apple proliferation disease and on its use as an indicator

The hybrid reacts rapidly and characteristically to the virus and can be successfully used in its detection.


Accession: 000144888



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