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H.R. Pappu, S.D. Wyatt, and K.L. Druffel

2 Current address: 1505 Little Kitten Avenue, Manhattan, KS 66503. Research was supported in part by an endowment created by the American Dahlia Society. We thank Kevin Larkin for his assistance with the survey

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Sahar Eid, Keri L. Druffel, Dayle E. Saar, and Hanu R. Pappu

Register of Dahlia Names, 1969 et seq. ). There are more than a dozen viruses that infect dahlia ( Albouy, 1995 ). All of these viruses are RNA viruses except one DNA virus, Dahlia mosaic caulimovirus (DMV). DMV is widely prevalent in cultivated dahlias

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Karen K. Schneck, Cheryl R. Boyer, and Chad T. Miller

.L. 2005 Dahlia mosaic virus: Molecular detection and distribution in dahlia in the United States HortScience 40 3 697 699 doi: https://doi.org/10.21273/HORTSCI.40.3.697 Sattelmacher, B. Marschner, H. Kühne, R. 1990 Effects of the temperature

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), watermelon mosaic virus (WMV), and zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV). The evaluation included the resistant (PI595203) and susceptible (‘AU-Producer’) parents along with ‘AU-Allsweet’ and ‘Charleston Gray’. Murphy and Dane (p. 609) observed that each of