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Results and application of a survey of virus infection in narcissus stocks in Scotland

, : Results and application of a survey of virus infection in narcissus stocks in Scotland. Acta Horticulturae (47): 55-61

In a survey, 30 plants of each of several commercial stocks of 8 narcissus cvs were tested by inoculating their sap to Chenopodium quinoa plants and examining it in the electron microscope. Results indicated that the cvs Golden Harvest, King Alfred and Rembrandt were totally virus-infected but that some plants of Carlton, Sempre Avanti, Corinthian and Fortune seemed free of infection by all previously described viruses.

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