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Virus sensitivity of paprika (Capsicum L.) species and varieties: new compatible sensitive host-virus relations


, : Virus sensitivity of paprika (Capsicum L.) species and varieties: new compatible sensitive host-virus relations. Kertgazdasag 16(4): 81-84

In a study of 6 Capsicum spp. and 1 variety, with 14 str. of 12 viruses, 60 new compatible host-virus relations were established, 1 local and 59 local and systemic. Capsicum barbatum var. pendulum, C. eximium, C. flexuosum and C. luteum are new experimental host plants for viruses.

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