Natural and Engineered Resistance to Plant Viruses, Part I by Gad Loebenstein and John P. Carr (Eds.)

By Gad Loebenstein and John P. Carr (Eds.)

Viruses are an immense hazard to agriculture. some time past, viruses was once managed utilizing traditional tools reminiscent of crop rotation and destruction of the contaminated crops yet now there are extra novel how you can keep an eye on them. This quantity makes a speciality of normal and engineered virus resistance, the 2 significant recommendations used for crop protection.

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