Etiology Purification and Properties of Foxtail Mosaic Virus

@inproceedings{Paulsen2006EtiologyPA,
  title={Etiology Purification and Properties of Foxtail Mosaic Virus},
  author={Avelina Q. Paulsen and Charles L. Niblett},
  year={2006}
}
PAULSEN, A. Q., and C. L. NIBLETT. 1977. Purification and properties of foxtail mosaic virus. Phytopathology 67:1346-1351. Foxtail mosaic virus (FMV) infected 56 grass and 35 diextraction and resuspension reduced aggregation. Purified cotyledonous species. Development of systemic symptoms FMV had an A 2 6 0/ 2 80 ratio of 1.2 and was very stable at 4 C. first on maturing leaves rather than on emerging leaves was Two components sedimenting at 122S and 144S were unique and characteristic. Foxtail… CONTINUE READING
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