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Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 4. Some effects of Tomato spotted wilt on growth



Studies in the physiology of host-parasite relations. 4. Some effects of Tomato spotted wilt on growth



Aust. J. exp. Biol, 21: 2, 89-101



The bronzing of Marglobe tomato foliage induced by the tomato spotted wilt virus was experimentally shown at Melbourne University to be associated with a significant reduction of dry weight, height, leaf area, leaf development, and water content of diseased plants in comparison with the healthy controls. The mottling sometimes observed in pot-bound plants or those growing under otherwise adverse conditions caused a less serious loss of weight and did not affect growth in height.

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