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Investigation of the spread of virulence, aetiology of virus and virus-like diseases of red and black currants and development of measures of control in the middle zone of Russia


, : Investigation of the spread of virulence, aetiology of virus and virus-like diseases of red and black currants and development of measures of control in the middle zone of Russia. Investigation of the spread of virulence, aetiology of virus and virus like diseases of red and black currants and development of measures of control in the middle zone of Russia: 20 pp.

The spread of viruses and mycoplasma-like organisms on red and black currants in 6 localities in Russia, detected through field surveys during 1990-93, diagnostic methods and methods of control are outlined.

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