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Studies on some strains of tobacco mosaic virus pathogenic to crucifer plants. 2. Host range



Studies on some strains of tobacco mosaic virus pathogenic to crucifer plants. 2. Host range



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 40(3): 243-251



The TMV strs. C and W from crucifers infected all 18 cruciferous test plants systemically, while strs. HR and Ly (Holmes' ribgrass str. and Lychnis str.) infected 11 and 15, respectively. The ordinary str. OM sometimes infected Brassica plants but the virus content was very low. Strs. HR, C, W and Ly caused only local lesions on petunia leaves and on most Nicotiana spp. including several tobacco cvs.

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