Comparison of wild type and genetically engineered nuclear polyhedrosis viruses of Autographa californica for mortality, virus replication and polyhedra production in Trichoplusia ni larvae

Yasuhisa Kunimi, James R. Fuxa, Bruce D. Hammock

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