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ILAR viruses


, : ILAR viruses. Acta Horticulturae (44): 59-67

a. Naumann, G. (Inst. Obstbau Gemusebau, Bonn Univ., German Federal Republic). A leaf mosaic in the Russian apple clone R 12 740-7A connected with a strain of cherry necrotic ringspot virus (59-62).b. Converse, R.H.; Casper, R. (Oregon State Univ., Corvallis, USA). A member of the apple mosaic virus group occurring in Rubus (63).c. Ramaswamy, S. (E. Malling, Kent, UK). Dual infection of Roundel cherry with ring mottle and European rusty mottle viruses (65-67).

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