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Response of Cuba dark tobacco varieties to Tobacco Mosaic Virus infection



Response of Cuba dark tobacco varieties to Tobacco Mosaic Virus infection



Cuba Tab 2(13): 8



The response to the severe strain of the virus was studied in ten local varieties and in a white-leaf mutant.

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