Leaf-Curl in Cotton and Other Plants

@article{Husain1932LeafCurlIC,
  title={Leaf-Curl in Cotton and Other Plants},
  author={M. Husain},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1932},
  volume={130},
  pages={312-312}
}
IN a recent communication1 Mr. Mathur gives an account of his observations on the leaf-curl in garden zinnias, caused by Bemisia gossypiperda Misra and Lamba, at Dehra Dun. The title of the letter suggests that the virus causing leaf-crinkle in cottons in the Sudan is the same that causes leaf-crinkle in zinnias at Dehra Dun. This certainly has not been established so far. 
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