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The response of Gerbera to infection with tomato spotted wilt virus



The response of Gerbera to infection with tomato spotted wilt virus



Acta Horticulturae ( 377): 159-164



The susceptibility of 6 Gerbera cultivars to 3 tomato spotted wilt tospovirus (TSWV) isolates was evaluated in the greenhouse from the end of Jul. 1991 until Mar. 1992. Virus was detected using double-antibody sandwich ELISA. There were significant differences in infection level depending on virus isolate and cultivar.

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