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Resistance of sweet potato to virus complex



Resistance of sweet potato to virus complex



HortScience 16(4): 535-537



A core-graft transmission method was used successfully for rapid screening of resistance to sweet potato virus disease complex. Field test scores of resistance were significantly correlated with core-graft test scores (r = 0.60).

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