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Differentiation of plant viruses by the serological method



Differentiation of plant viruses by the serological method



Pl. Prot. Leningr. 1936. 10, 37-49



After giving a cursory review of the work hitherto done in the identification of plant viruses by serological methods, the author out-lines in some detail his own researches in this field. The tests were made with purified viruses of tobacco mosaic (Johnson's tobacco virus 1), tomato streak, and potato x virus (obtained from different artificially inoculated hosts and filter plants).

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