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Characterization of DNA from three nuclear polyhedrosis viruses pathogenic for Choristoneura sp

, : Characterization of DNA from three nuclear polyhedrosis viruses pathogenic for Choristoneura sp. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 40(2): 237-241

Three nuclear polyhedrosis viruses originally isolated from the tortricids Choristoneura fumiferana (Clem.), C. murinana (Hb.) and C. occidentalis Freeman and cultured in larvae of C. occidentalis were found to have polyhedrins of 28 000-30 000 daltons, genome sizes of 78X106 - 82X106 daltons and guanine plus cytosine contents of 47.9-49.4%.

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Accession: 001053322

DOI: 10.1016/0022-2011(82)90121-5

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