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Symptomatology and serology of plum pox virus isolates using antibodies to the N-termini of coat protein



Symptomatology and serology of plum pox virus isolates using antibodies to the N-termini of coat protein



Rasteniev"dni Nauki 32(4): 149-151



Eight isolates of plum pox potyvirus (PPV) were compared on the basis of their biological and serological properties. Based on their effect on 14 test plant species, they were divided into 3 biological groups.

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