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Contribution to the study of the infective (viral) nature of potato spindle sprout


, : Contribution to the study of the infective (viral) nature of potato spindle sprout. Zastita Bilja 37(4): 355-361

Potato leaf roll virus was detected serologically by ELISA in 555 of 1663 tubers with normal sprouts and in 15 of 46 tubers with spindle sprouts.

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