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Resistance of tobacco to virus and bacterial diseases

Resistance of tobacco to virus and bacterial diseases

Bwl Akad Stiince RSSMold, Ser biol i khim n (1): 47-55

Data are presented on the resistance of some Nicotiana forms and species, together with information on methods of screening for resistance. The main pathogens concerned are tobacco mosaic virus, cucumber mosaic virus, potato virus Y, tomato spotted wilt virus and bacterial leaf spots.

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