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Sap transmission of chlorotic leaf spot and stem-grooving viruses to apple



Sap transmission of chlorotic leaf spot and stem-grooving viruses to apple



Phytopathology 62(5): 585-586



Six of 9 apple stem-grooving virus isolates were transmitted mechanically from infectious Zucchini squash sap to 8-day-old McIntosh apple seedlings. An apple chlorotic leaf spot virus isolate was similarly transmitted from infectious Chenopodium sap. More transmissions were achieved in apple seedlings pre-darkened for 72 h before inoculation than in those grown at a 16-h photoperiod.

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