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SUMMARY

Eighteen pseudorecombinants were constructed by exchanging the three genomic segments between pairs of three strains of cucumber mosaic virus (). Inoculation of the strains and the pseudorecombinants to 10 selected host plant species revealed that infection and symptom expression in a plant can be a complex interaction of the genetic material of the virus with that of the host genome. Whereas some host reactions were determined only by either -2 and some by -3, others were the results of the interaction of both these species. Furthermore, some host reactions resulted from the interactions of any two, or perhaps even all three segments of the virus.

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