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Studies on plant virus diseases. XI. Further experiments with a ringspot virus; its identification with spotted wilt of the Tomato



Studies on plant virus diseases. XI. Further experiments with a ringspot virus; its identification with spotted wilt of the Tomato



Ann. of Appl. Biol, 19: 3, 305-330



This is an account of the author's further investigation of the ring spot virus of Solanum capsicastrum, and of the experiments in which he established the transmissibility of this disease by Thrips tabaci. The latter part of the work indicated that previously non-infective larvae can transmit the virus only after the lapse of five days from the moment they are placed on the source. of infection, and -also established the fact that non-infected adult insects cannot pick up the virus de novo.

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