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Dual infection by cassava begomoviruses in two leguminous species (Fabaceae) in Yangambi, Northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

Bibliographic reference Monde, G ; Walangululu, J ; Winter, S ; Bragard, Claude. Dual infection by cassava begomoviruses in two leguminous species (Fabaceae) in Yangambi, Northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo.. In: Archives of virology, Vol. 155, no. 11, p. 1865-9 (2010)
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