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Modified method of isolation of polyhedra from caterpillars of the cotton moth Heliothis armigera, infected with nuclear polyhedrosis virus


, : Modified method of isolation of polyhedra from caterpillars of the cotton moth Heliothis armigera, infected with nuclear polyhedrosis virus. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR Seriya Biologicheskikh Nauk ( 6): 59-60

A method was developed for obtaining highly pure virulent polyhedra from larvae of the noctuid Heliothis armigera infected with nuclear polyhedrosis virus.

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