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Dasheen mosaic virus (DMV), was identified by manual sap transmission, serological tests and by the presence of flexuous rod particles and pinwheel inclusions. It was recorded in the wild and cultivated aroids Alocasia macrorrhizos, A. micholitziana, Colocasia esculenta, C. Gigantea,...
Doubts whether Monographella nivalis (anamorph Gerlachia nivalis) occurs in Australia have been resolved by isolations of the fungus from cases of dryland root-rot of cereals (wheat, barley, oats, triticale) and associated grassy weeds (brome-grass, annual ryegrass) in South Australia. The...
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