Genome Organization of Papaya Ringspot Virus Isolates from India by B Parameswari, R K (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India) Jain
  

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Genome Organization of Papaya Ringspot Virus Isolates from India by B Parameswari, R K (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India) Jain

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Format

Paperback / softback
180 pages

Author

B Parameswari, R K (Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi, India) Jain
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Publisher

LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Publication date

5th September 2012

ISBN

9783659178313


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