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A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni / James Bull, H. Charles J Godfray, David R O'Reilly

Applied and Environmental Microbiology, Volume: 69, Pages: 2052 - 2057

Swansea University Author: James Bull

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Published in: Applied and Environmental Microbiology
ISSN: 0099-2240
Published: 2003
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title A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
spellingShingle A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
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title_short A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
title_full A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
title_fullStr A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
title_full_unstemmed A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
title_sort A few-polyhedra mutant and wild-type Nucleopolyhedrovirus remain as a stable polymorphism during serial coinfection in Trichoplusia ni
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