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Resistance to the aphid-borne viruses in the potato



Resistance to the aphid-borne viruses in the potato



Aphids as virus vectors: 501-526



The author reviews resistance to aphid-borne viruses in potato, dealing in detail with general types of resistance, testing for resistance, resistance to individual viruses, and the relationship between the aphid and resistance.

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