viruliferous


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viruliferous

 [vir″u-lif´er-us]
conveying or producing a virus or other noxious agent.

vir·u·lif·er·ous

(vir'yū-lif'ĕr-ŭs),
Conveying virus.

viruliferous

/vir·u·lif·er·ous/ (vir″u-lif´er-us) conveying or producing a virus or other noxious agent.

viruliferous

(vîr′yə-lĭf′ər-əs, vîr′ə-)
adj.
Carrying or containing a virus: viruliferous aphids.

vir·u·lif·er·ous

(vir'yū-lif'ĕr-ŭs)
Conveying a virus.

viruliferous

conveying or producing a virus or other noxious agent.
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tabaci used and confined in each pot in the laboratory compared with the field experiment, where unknown numbers and possibly more viruliferous T.