Persistence of Tomato Aucuba Mosaic Virus in Dried Leaf Tissue

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IN December 1934, in order to keep in a convenient form some material of the strain of tomato aucuba mosaic virus with which I had been working at Rothamsted Experimental Station, some leaves of infected tomato plants were dried in air and put in an envelope.

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CALDWELL, J. Persistence of Tomato Aucuba Mosaic Virus in Dried Leaf Tissue. Nature 183, 1142 (1959). https://doi.org/10.1038/1831142a0

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