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Sources of resistance to peanut mottle virus in the peanut germplasm



Sources of resistance to peanut mottle virus in the peanut germplasm



Phytopathology 74(5): 630



Mechanical inoculation, followed by a range of standard tests, revealed that the wild rhizomatous groundnuts PI468363, PI468366, PI468371, PI468171 and PI468174, Arachis diogoi PI468141 and PI468142 and Arachis sp.

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