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Occurrence and importance of viruses infecting narcissus in Britain

, : Occurrence and importance of viruses infecting narcissus in Britain. Acta Horticulturae 2(23): 292-299

Of the 12 viruses known to infect narcissus in Britain 5 are transmitted by nematodes: Trichodorus probably spreads tobacco rattle virus and Longidorus and Xiphinema transmit arabis mosaic, strawberry latent ringspot, tomato black ring and raspberry ringspot.

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