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Mosaic resistance: Transferred from wild tobacco to cultivated varieties through science of genetics

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Roy E. Clausen, Experiment Station, Berkeley.

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California Agriculture 3(7):7-16.

Published July 01, 1949

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Varieties of cultivated tobacco are almost invariably susceptible to mosaic, a virus disease, which also may infect tomatoes and some other crop plants.

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Mosaic resistance: Transferred from wild tobacco to cultivated varieties through science of genetics

Roy E. Clausen
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Mosaic resistance: Transferred from wild tobacco to cultivated varieties through science of genetics

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Authors

Roy E. Clausen, Experiment Station, Berkeley.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 3(7):7-16.

Published July 01, 1949

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Varieties of cultivated tobacco are almost invariably susceptible to mosaic, a virus disease, which also may infect tomatoes and some other crop plants.

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