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|Title:||Virus screening for Australian almonds|
|Citation:||Nucis Newsletter, 2004; 12:15-16|
|Abstract:||As part of the Australian almond breeding program, work is conducted on breeding parents and progeny to screen for viral pathogens. Transmission of virus of up to 23% has been recorded when infected parents are used. As a service to industry the University also test the Monash almond budwood facility.|
|Description:||NUCIS Newsletter : information bulletin of the FAO Research Network on Nuts|
|Appears in Collections:||Aurora harvest 6|
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