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A quasi-genetic model for plant virus host ranges. IV. Cacao swollen-shoot and mottle-leaf viruses



A quasi-genetic model for plant virus host ranges. IV. Cacao swollen-shoot and mottle-leaf viruses



Virology 40(2): 369-378



Eight cacao viruses (2 swollen-shoot group and 2 mottle-leaf) were placed in a host range containment and divergence series. Degrees of relatedness between host ranges were demonstrated. Host range differences appeared between the isolates, but there was a link between a highly differentiated swollen-shoot isolate from E. Ghana, and W. Ghana isolates from cacao and Cola chlamydantha.

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