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Solanum mammosum L., a new differential host for potato virus Y and its necrotic strain PVYN



Solanum mammosum L., a new differential host for potato virus Y and its necrotic strain PVYN



Fitopatologia Brasileira 7(1): 105-109



S. mammosum, a latent host for PVYN, reacted with systemic chlorotic spots on inoculation with PVY.

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