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Potato virus Y: Control, Management and Seed Certification Programmes

Bibliographic reference Dupuis, Brice ; Bragard, Claude ; Carnegie, Stuart ; Kerr, John ; Glais, Laurent ; et. al. Potato virus Y: Control, Management and Seed Certification Programmes. In: Christophe Lacomme ; Laurent Glais ; Dirk U. Bellstedt ; Brice Dupuis ; Alexander V. Karasev ; Emmanuel Jacquot EDTS, Potato virus Y: biodiversity, pathogenicity, epidemiology and management, Springer, Cham  2017, p. 177-206
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