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


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


Accession: 000111307



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