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Viruses and virus-like diseases affecting Betula spp

, : Viruses and virus-like diseases affecting Betula spp. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, B Biological Sciences 85(1/2): 183-195

Seven virus-like agents have been recognized naturally infecting birches in Europe and N. America. Only two have been studied in detail: apple mosaic virus infecting B. papyrifera and B. alleghaniensis in N. America and cherry leaf roll virus infecting B. verrucosa and B. pubescens in Europe.

Accession: 001507827

DOI: 10.1017/s0269727000003985

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