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Plant species outside the genus Malus as indicators for latent viruses of apple


, : Plant species outside the genus Malus as indicators for latent viruses of apple. Acta Horticulturae (44): 213-220

Several rosaceous plants, not belonging to the genus Malus, were buded with apple sources giving chat fruit and with sources containing ring russeting, star crack and rough skin viruses. No indicators were found for chat fruit or for any of the viruses that cause fruit symptoms only. Several of the species, however, were host plants for the apple latent viruses, and some were useful indicators.


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