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Differences between twisted leaf and tomato bushy stunt virus in sweet cherry


, : Differences between twisted leaf and tomato bushy stunt virus in sweet cherry. Acta Horticulturae (44): 55-57

Twisted leaf fully invaded the trees within one or at most 2 years inducing a continuous gradual twisting of all the leaves, little or no foliar necrosis, no bark symptoms and usually no overall decline; fruit symptoms were rare. No sap transmissible agent was isolated.


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