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Identification of a component of the carnation streak disease: the yellow and necrotic blotch reaction


, : Identification of a component of the carnation streak disease: the yellow and necrotic blotch reaction. Acta Horticulturae (36): 47-52

"Yellow and necrotic blotch" symptoms were obtained by heat treatment and meristem culture of carnations affected by streak disease. Plants showing "yellow and necrotic blotch" contained a virus or virus complex, and particles of 50 nm diameter were found associated with the symptoms.

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