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Symptomatologieal investigations on viruses and virus complexes pathogenic to Hungarian Tobacco varieties. 1. Tobacco mosaic virus, Potato virus Y and Cucumber mosaic virus



Symptomatologieal investigations on viruses and virus complexes pathogenic to Hungarian Tobacco varieties. 1. Tobacco mosaic virus, Potato virus Y and Cucumber mosaic virus



Novenyved. Kor-szerus 3: 31-38



All 7 local vars. were susceptible to TMV. The most serious symptoms were caused by the complexes PVY+CMV+TMV and PVY+TMV.

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