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Viruses and meristem culture of Nerine






Acta Horticulturae (47): 51-53

Viruses and meristem culture of Nerine

Cucumber mosaic virus was isolated from N. bowdenii and N. sarniensis. Electron microscopic preparations contained filamentous viruses. One, apparently belonging to the potato virus S group, was tentatively named Nerine latent virus. Another flexuous virus belongs to the potato virus Y group. A representative of the potato virus X group was detected only in N. sarniensis. No correlation between the presence of particles and virus symptoms could be established.


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