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Viroid - the smallest plant pathogen


Korean Journal of Plant Pathology 1(3): 199-206
Viroid - the smallest plant pathogen
A review of the structure, biochemical and biophysical properties and mode of replication in these organisms, with particular reference to potato spindle tuber viroid.


Accession: 001507685



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