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Variability of symptoms of leaf roll on potato varieties in the collection nursery of the Far Eastern experimental station of the Institute of Plant Industry (VIR)


, : Variability of symptoms of leaf roll on potato varieties in the collection nursery of the Far Eastern experimental station of the Institute of Plant Industry (VIR). Tr Biol pochv in ta Dal' nevost nauch tsentr AN SSSR 25: 139-145

Isolates of the virus from five groups of potato varieties differing in severity of symptoms were tested on Physalis floridana.

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