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Virus diseases of marrow

, : Virus diseases of marrow. 35th Annual Report for 1984, National Vegetable Research Station: 91

Studies of the nature of the resistance to cucumber mosaic virus found in the cultivars Cinderella and Cobham Bush Green have continued. The level of resistance in the former increased significantly when the post-inoculation temp. was raised from 15 to 25 degrees C.

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