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Mature plant resistance to virus infection


Petria 6(3): 195-207
Mature plant resistance to virus infection
Mature plant resistance (MPR) is a non-specific form of resistance to viruses depending on the developmental stage of a plant at the time of infection. It is commonly characterized by lower levels of infection incidence, severity of symptoms and yield losses. The literature reports a great number of plant-virus systems in which MPR has been observed, and it can be considered a general feature of plants.


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