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Host range as a means of differentiation between tomato mosaic virus strains



Host range as a means of differentiation between tomato mosaic virus strains



Egyptian Journal of Phytopathology 1979; 10(1): 1-7



When 8 strs. of tobacco mosaic virus were inoculated on to 11 differential hosts, 4 appeared not to agree with either the tomato or tobacco groups of the virus.

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