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Studies on the response of tobacco strains resistant to cucumber mosaic virus to tobacco mosaic virus at different temperatures


, : Studies on the response of tobacco strains resistant to cucumber mosaic virus to tobacco mosaic virus at different temperatures. Journal of the Agricultural Association of China Chung hua Nung hsueh Hui Pao (75): 35-42

The variation in lesion reaction of five tobacco genotypes, which included GAT, Vamfen Hicks and Vamfe Hicks X Ambalema, to tobacco mosaic virus at two temperatures is reported.

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