strawberry latent ringspot virus (ATCC® PV-1069)

Product Format: freeze-dried

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Agent strawberry latent ringspot virus
Strain SLRV-P
Host plant (ATCC sample): Cucumis sativus
Plant research
Biosafety Level 1

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Petroselinum crispum, Davis, CA, 1976
Product Format freeze-dried
Vials contain freeze-dried cucumber leaves.
Virus belongs to the nepovirus group.
Host plant (ATCC sample): Cucumis sativus
Petroselinum crispum, Cucumis sativus, Chenopodium quinoa
Name of Depositor RN Campbell
Chain of Custody
ATCC <<--RN Campbell<<--C.M. Hansen
Year of Origin 1976

Hansen CM, Campbell RN. Strawberry latent ringspot virus from plain parsley in California. Plant Dis. Rep. 63: 142-146, 1979.

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