Proceedings of the Workshop on Epidemiology of Plant Virus Diseases

Orlando, Florida : August 6-8, 1986. by Workshop on Epidemiology of Plant Virus Diseases (1986 Orlando, Florida)

Publisher: [University of Florida Agricultural Research Center?] in [Leesburg, Fla.?]

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ContributionsHarrell, Kathryn P., Zimmerman, Maria T., University of Florida. Agricultural Research Center., International Society of Plant Pathology. Plant Virus Disease Epidemiology Committee.
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