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Changes in virus concentration in Tobacco plants at different periods of time after inoculation with Cucumber mosaic virus. III. Virus concentration in composite of whole leaves measured in terms of infectivity in relation to nitrogen nutrition



Changes in virus concentration in Tobacco plants at different periods of time after inoculation with Cucumber mosaic virus. III. Virus concentration in composite of whole leaves measured in terms of infectivity in relation to nitrogen nutrition



Bull. Hatano Tob. Exp. Stn 58: 33-39




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