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Some properties of two spherical viruses isolated from geraniums in Britain


, : Some properties of two spherical viruses isolated from geraniums in Britain. Acta Horticulturae (36): 113-122

Two spherical viruses were isolated from geraniums showing ringspot symptoms. One, when returned to virus-free geraniums, caused ringspot after a long incubation period. The other was symptomless or caused flower break in a few seedling clones.

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