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Chimeric geminiviral constructions between bean golden mosaic virus and bean dwarf mosaic virus indicate that DNA-B contributes to symptom expression and possibly to host range



Chimeric geminiviral constructions between bean golden mosaic virus and bean dwarf mosaic virus indicate that DNA-B contributes to symptom expression and possibly to host range



Phytopathology 83(12): 1402




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