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Phytosanitary control of industrial sunflower plantations for presence of virus infections
1Knyazeva N. A., 1Boyko A. L., 1Zakusilo A. O., 1Postoyenko O. M., 1Kosyan A. M.
  1. Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
    64, Volodymyrska Str., Kyiv, Ukraine, 01033


The map of virus affects of sunflower plants was formed on the base of wide inspection of six regions in Ukraine. The possible of infection processes of sunflower plants in nature was proved for TMV, TVS, TVY, CMV-1 and TSWVs. Sunflower plant affects depend on ecological conditions and particular feature of the crop. The possibility of vertical seed transformation of TMV and TSWVs was shown in the article


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