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Effect of hypersensitive stock infection on the transport and accumulation of tobacco mosaic virus in leaves of sensitive and hypersensitive tobacco grafts



Effect of hypersensitive stock infection on the transport and accumulation of tobacco mosaic virus in leaves of sensitive and hypersensitive tobacco grafts



Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 41(1): 103-107



The effect of a preliminary tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) infection of hypersensitive tobacco Xanthi plants on the number and size of heat and local necroses, accumulation of TMV and virus reproduction inhibitors, and on the content of infected protoplasts in the leaves of sensitive (cultivar Samsun) and hypersensitive (cultivar Xanthi) grafts, was determined.

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