International Organization of Citrus Virologists (IOCV)
Union internationale des virologistes des agrumes
Proposed during International Conference, 18 Nov 1957, Riverside CA (USA).
Promote cooperative international study of citrus diseases caused by virus and other graft-transmissable agents; disseminate knowledge concerning their identity and relationships, effects and importance, means of spread, control and/or prevent; encourage personal contacts and information exchange; develop mutual understanding among individuals, institutions and agencies concerned with citrus production and encourage their participation in and support of research on graft-transmissible diseases of citrus.
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