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Virus-indexing, chemo-and thermo-therapies, and micro propagation for generating virus-free cassava plants.
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Survey of the incidence and distribution of five viruses infecting yams in the major yam producing zones in Benin Eni, A.O.; Hughes, Jacqueline d'Arros; Rey, M.E.C. (2008)Surveys were conducted in 2004 and 2005 to determine the incidence and distribution of viruses infecting yams in fourmajor yam-producing agro-ecological zones in Benin. Yam leaves collected from 69 fields and one experimental screen house were indexed for Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), Dioscorea mottle virus (DMoV), Yam mild mosaic virus (YMMV), Yam mosaic virus (YMV) and yam-infecting badnaviruses [Dioscorea alata bacilliform virus (DaBV) and Dioscorea sansibarensis bacilliform virus (DsBV)] by ...
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