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DOI:​10.4149/AV_2016_02_156
Corpus ID: 36508707
Identification and characterization of two novel genomic RNA segments RNA5 and RNA6 in rose rosette virus infecting roses.
B. Babu, B. Washburn, +2 authors M. Paret
Published 2016
Medicine, Biology
Acta virologica
Rose rosette virus (RRV), a negative-strand RNA virus belonging to the genus Emaravirus, has recently been characterized to be the causal agent of rose rosette disease. Roses showing typical symptoms… Expand
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