Indications Respecting the Nature of the Infective Particles in the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco

  title={Indications Respecting the Nature of the Infective Particles in the Mosaic Disease of Tobacco},
  author={Benjamin M. Duggar and Joanne Karrer Armstrong},
  journal={Annals of the Missouri Botanical Garden},
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