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American Potato Journal

, 38:192 | Cite as

Hypersensitivity to viruses A and X in Canadian and American potato varieties

  • R. H. Bagnall
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Keywords

AMERICAN Potato Journal Potato Virus Potato Variety Common Scab Irish Cobbler 
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