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Maramorosch, K., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Klein, M., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Wolanski, B.S., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Mycoplasma-like bodies, as well as virus-like particles, were observed in phloem elements of Opuntia tuna monstrosa. The mycoplasma-like bodies, but not the virus-like particles, disappeared in tetracycline hydrochloride treated plants, which indicated a mycoplasma etiology of the witches' broom disease of Opuntia tuna. © 1972 Birkhäuser Verlag.
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Beitrag zur Ätiologie der Hexenbesenkrankheit der Kaktee Opuntia tuna (=tuna monstrosa)
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Maramorosch, K., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Klein, M., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Wolanski, B.S., Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, 1086 North Broadway, Yonkers, 10701, New York, United States
Beitrag zur Ätiologie der Hexenbesenkrankheit der Kaktee Opuntia tuna (=tuna monstrosa)
Mycoplasma-like bodies, as well as virus-like particles, were observed in phloem elements of Opuntia tuna monstrosa. The mycoplasma-like bodies, but not the virus-like particles, disappeared in tetracycline hydrochloride treated plants, which indicated a mycoplasma etiology of the witches' broom disease of Opuntia tuna. © 1972 Birkhäuser Verlag.
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