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Resistance of Potato Cultivars as a Determinant Factor of Potato virus Y (PVY) Epidemiology

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Bibliographic reference Dupuis, Brice ; Bragard, Claude ; Schumpp, Olivier. Resistance of Potato Cultivars as a Determinant Factor of Potato virus Y (PVY) Epidemiology. In: Potato Research, Vol. 62, p. 123-138 (2019)
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