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Incidence of cymbidium mosaic and odontoglossum ringspot viruses and their significance in orchid cultivation in Singapore.
Abstract A survey of cymbidium mosaic virus (CyMV) and odontoglossum ringspot virus (ORSV) in orchids cultivated in Singapore was conducted during 1988–1991. Of the 12 genera from four majorExpand
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Phytopathogens as Biocontrols for Aquatic Weeds
Abstract Phytopathogens have characteristics that make them desirable candidates as biological control agents for aquatic weeds: 1. numerous and highly diverse, 2. easily disseminated andExpand
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Electrophysiological-histological studies on some functional properties of visual cells and second order neurons of an insect retina
SummaryIntracellular potential recording in combination with a histological technique of cell identification and localization of the recording site was used to get some results about informationExpand
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Dasheen mosaic virus.
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The nucleotide sequence of the 3′-terminal region of dasheen mosaic virus (Caladium isolate) and expression of its coat protein in Escherichia coli for antiserum production
SummaryA caladium isolate of dasheen mosaic virus (DsMV-Ch) was cloned as cDNA from genomic RNA. The sequence of the 3′-terminal 3 158 nucleotides, which consisted of the 3′-terminus of the NIa gene,Expand
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Problems with interpretation of serological assays in a virus survey of orchid species from Puerto Rico, Ecuador, and Florida
Leaf samples collected in May 1990 from wild and cultivated orchids in Puerto Rico were tested for odontoglossum ringspot virus (ORSV), cymbidium mosaic virus (CymMV), tobacco mosaic virus commonExpand
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