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New artificial hosts and non-hosts of plant viruses and their role in the identification and separation of viruses XVI. Monotypic (tobanecrovirus) group: tobacco necrosis virus


Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 17(1/2): 29-36
New artificial hosts and non-hosts of plant viruses and their role in the identification and separation of viruses XVI. Monotypic (tobanecrovirus) group: tobacco necrosis virus
A further 56 susceptible hosts (1 systemic and local, 55 local) are listed. Five other plants were resistant. The 61 plants proved important in virus differentiation. The locally susceptible and locally and systemically susceptible hosts are particularly important as dichotomous separators. Among 5 virus resistant semiseparators, the Physalis spp. are the most significant.


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