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Tomato diseases in Chile. Characterization of the virus causing tomato mosaic. Tomato spotted wilt virus. Tomato bacterial canker (Corynebacterium michiganense). Tomato black streak, a new disease in Chile. The estimation of losses due to spotted wilt and mosaic in tomatoes



Tomato diseases in Chile. Characterization of the virus causing tomato mosaic. Tomato spotted wilt virus. Tomato bacterial canker (Corynebacterium michiganense). Tomato black streak, a new disease in Chile. The estimation of losses due to spotted wilt and mosaic in tomatoes



Bol. tec. Estac. exp. agron. Univ. Chile, 29: 38



The first 2 authors have produced all except the last paper, which is the work of the first and third authors. Paper I: The Chilean strain of TMV was shown to differ from the strain from Davis, California. Paper II: The first appearance of tomato spotted wilt in Chile is reported, the Chilean strains being similar to those in Argentina.

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