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Identification of barley yellow dwarf strains occurring in Hungary on barley, wheat, triticale and maize

, : Identification of barley yellow dwarf strains occurring in Hungary on barley, wheat, triticale and maize. Novenyvedelem 31(11): 547-554

Strains RPV, RMV, MAV, PAV and SGV of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus were identified on these crops in 4 locations in Hungary.

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