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Host range and morphology of cereal mosaic virus

Host range and morphology of cereal mosaic virus

Biologicheskie Nauki (2): 22-29

Rod-shaped virions 420 plus or minus 50 X 67 plus or minus 8 nm long were seen in oats and Panicum miliaceum with mosaic symptoms induced on inoculation with Laodelphax striatellus from oat fields where symptoms of pseudo-rosette were noted. Hosts belonged to Poaceae.

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