by Cooperative Extension, College of Agriculture and Economics, Washington State University in Pullman, Wash .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Paul R. Fridlund.|
|Contributions||Fridlund, Paul R., Washington State University. Cooperative Extension.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
Get this from a library! Virus and viruslike diseases of pome fruits and simulating noninfectious disorders. [Paul R Fridlund;]. After a general introduction on viruses and virus diseases and a review in tabular form of the symptoms of various virus diseases on leaves, twigs, branches, blossoms, and fruit, the author gives brief descriptions of 8 virus and virus-like diseases of pome fruits and 14 such diseases of stone : N. Mallach. Virus and viruslike diseases of pome fruits and simulating noninfectious disorders By P.R. (ed.) Fridlund and Pullman (USA). Coll. of Agriculture and Home Economics Washington State Univ. Procedures and Activities Annual meetings are conducted so that participants and others of diverse interests can be made aware of the most current research and issues in the field of virus and virus-like diseases of berries, fruit and nut trees and grapevines.
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In: Virus and viruslike diseases of pome fruit and simulating noninfectious disorders. Edited by Paul R. Fridlund. SP, cooperative extension, college of agriculture and home economics, Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, 58–Cited by: 2. Fridlund, P.R., Ed. Virus and viruslike diseases of pome fruits and simulating noninfectious disorders. Virus and Virus-like Diseases of Tree Fruit January, There are many different virus diseases of stone and pome fruits. They can affect size, shape and quality of fruit, and can induce colour patterns and distortions on leaves. Viruses can also cause dieback, bark symptoms, gumming, stock-scion incompatibilities and tree death. In: R.F. Fridlund (Ed.), Virus and viruslike diseases of pome fruits and simulating noninfectious disorders. Washington State University Press, Pullman, pp. Byme, B.C., Li, J.J., Sninsky, J. and Poiesz, B.J. () Detection of HIV-1 RNA sequence by in vitro DNA by: