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Apple latent viruses: transmission from herbaceous host tissue to Malus indicator plants and distribution in apple budwood


, : Apple latent viruses: transmission from herbaceous host tissue to Malus indicator plants and distribution in apple budwood. Acta Horticulturae (44): 231-235

Isolates of chlorotic leaf spot virus (CLSV) and stem grooving virus (SGV) were successfully transmitted from herbaceous host inocula to apple seedlings and Malus indicator budlings. The proportion of successful transmissions to Malus amounted to 14.5, 2.8, and 0%, respectively for approach grafts, tissue implantation, and sap inoculation, respectively, but 22% of pre-darkened 10-day-old apple seedlings became infected following sap inoculation.


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