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Serological studies on the distribution and concentration of Tobacco mosaic virus in host plants. II. Measurements of virus 5-14 days after inoculation



Serological studies on the distribution and concentration of Tobacco mosaic virus in host plants. II. Measurements of virus 5-14 days after inoculation



Trans. nat. Hist. Soc. Formosa 31(213): 275-285



The writer's serological (precipitin) method was found to be applicable to studies on the distribution and relative concentration of the tobacco mosaic virus in its hosts, a fully tabulated description of which is given.

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