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Alfalfa mosaic virus isolated from Rhamnus frangula in Italy

Acta Horticulturae (59): 97-104

Alfalfa mosaic virus isolated from Rhamnus frangula in Italy

The virus was isolated from young leaves and roots of cuttings of R. frangula showing chlorotic rings, a new host record.

Accession: 000285760

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