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Variability of symptoms induced by virus infections in the species Prunus domestica


, : Variability of symptoms induced by virus infections in the species Prunus domestica. Acta Horticulturae: 121-125

The reactions of the host to viral infection, environmental factors affecting host-virus interactions and factors affecting the virulence of viruses are considered.


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