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Differentiation of MLO diseases by means of symptomatology and vector transmission



Differentiation of MLO diseases by means of symptomatology and vector transmission



Recent advances in mycoplasmology Proceedings of the 7th congress of the International Organization for Mycoplasmology, Baden near Vienna, 1988: 280-287



Differentiation of MLO-associated diseases is a problem because there is no simple method available that will produce definitive results. However, presently available methodology, involving the use of symptomatology and vector-pathogen relationships, if used judiciously, can be instrumental in recognizing different diseases in this group.

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