American Potato Journal

, Volume 47, Issue 6, pp 225–227 | Cite as

Seed transmission of potato spindle tuber virus in tomato and potato

  • Rudra P. Singh
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Keywords

Infected Plant Mercuric Chloride Fruit Pulp Potato Yield Tomato Seed 
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Literature Cited

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    Benson, A. P. and R. P. Singh. 1964. Seed transmission of potato spindle tuber virus. Abstr. Amer. Potato J. 41: 294.Google Scholar
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    Hunter, D. E., H. M. Darling and W. L. Beale. 1969. Seed transmission of potato spindle tuber virus. Amer. Potato J. 46: 247–250.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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    Singh, R. P. 1966. Studies on potato spindle tuber virus. Ph.D. thesis, North Dakota State University, p. 89.Google Scholar
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    Singh, R. P., A. P. Benson and F. M. Salama. 1964. Sheyenne tomato variety as an indicator for potato spindle tuber virus. Abstr. Amer. Potato J. 41: 304.Google Scholar

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© Springer 1970

Authors and Affiliations

  • Rudra P. Singh
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  1. 1.Canada Department of AgricultureResearch StationFrederictonCanada

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