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The growth of the plant in relation to the incidence of virus infection

, : The growth of the plant in relation to the incidence of virus infection. J. Pomol. 23: 1-2, 50-62

This study presents a survey of the literature dealing with the relationship between incidence of virus disease and the environment. The author recognizes two types of symptom suppression, one where environmental adjustment often leads to the prompt appearance of suppressed symptoms, for instance in tomatoes as a result of drought, nitrogen deficiency, or sometimes of excessive manuring with ammonium salts, and the other where fully infective plants never show symptoms.


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