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Candidatus Phytoplasma trifolii

Known as: Clover proliferation mycoplasma-like organism, Clover proliferation phytoplasma, Phytoplasma trifolii 
 
National Institutes of Health

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2015
2015
Dry chili pepper Mirasol type plants (Capsicum annuum L.) exhibiting foliar yellowing, big bud, and rolled-up margins symptoms… Expand
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2011
2011
Sauropus androgynus, also known as sweet leaf, cekur manis, asin-asin and pak waan, is a shrub grown in some tropical regions as… Expand
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2009
2009
Chile is one of the most important crops in New Mexico, contributing both to the agricultural economy and cultural identity of… Expand
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2006
2006
We studied the effects of the root endoparasitic nematode Heterodera trifolii on rhizodeposition and the root architecture of… Expand
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2005
2005
  • W. C. Nijveldt
  • Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology
  • 2005
  • Corpus ID: 22235772
SamenvattingIn deze publikatie worden de resultaten vermeld van een onderzoek naar de galmugfauna van rode en witte klaver in… Expand
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2004
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2004
  • C. Hiruki, K. Wang
  • International journal of systematic and…
  • 2004
  • Corpus ID: 22279757
Clover proliferation phytoplasma (CPR) is designated as the reference strain for the CP phylogenetic group or subclade, on the… Expand
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1982
1982
In 1975, dense populations of H. trifolii were found in fields where sugar beet had been grown on sandy soils in the southern… Expand
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1972
1972
Penetration of 3-day-old 'Kenland' red clover seedlings by Heterodera trifolii Goffart and Pratylenchus penetrans (Cobb) was… Expand
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