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Apple proliferation disease in Spain: graft transmission and detection of mycoplasma and rickettsia plasma-like organisms in infected tissue

, : Apple proliferation disease in Spain: graft transmission and detection of mycoplasma and rickettsia plasma-like organisms in infected tissue. Acta Horticulturae (44): 193-199

Different methods of graft transmission from infected Reineta del Canada to healthy Golden Delicious material were compared; the severest symptoms were obtained when buds of the latter were inserted in scion cuttings of Reineta already grafted onto an apple seedling.

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