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Possible relationships among pome fruit viruses detected in graft transmission trials






Acta Horticulturae (44): 201-208

Possible relationships among pome fruit viruses detected in graft transmission trials

The information presented on specific indicators for various viruses and on relationships between individual viruses is derived from simultaneous graft transmission trials on budwood of commercial apple, pear and quince cvs from different parts of Italy.


Accession: 000463431



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