Molecular Detection of <i>Tobacco rattle virus</i> in Bleeding Heart [<i>Dicentra spectabilis</i> (L.) Lem.] Growing in Alaska

Fig. 2 (A). Experimental plants showing leaf symptoms from sap transmission of Tobacco rattle virus infected bleeding heart: Chenopodium amaranticolor with local lesions.



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Molecular Detection of Tobacco rattle virus in Bleeding Heart [Dicentra spectabilis (L.) Lem.] Growing in Alaska