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Comparison of isolates of raspberry bushy dwarf virus from red and black raspberries


, : Comparison of isolates of raspberry bushy dwarf virus from red and black raspberries. Acta Horticulturae: 47-52

Two isolates of RBDV from black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) originating from the USA were distinguishable from isolates from red raspberry (R. idaeus) by spur formation in gel diffusion tests. Studies with one black raspberry isolate showed that it resembled strs. from red raspberry in host range and symptoms, but was more difficult to transmit manually and differed in properties in vitro.


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