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Experiments on the transmissibility of sharka virus by aphids






Acta Horticulturaerecd 1978; 67: 165-170

Experiments on the transmissibility of sharka virus by aphids

Some herbaceous plants can be systemically infected by plum pox virus (sharka virus), which attacks stone-fruit trees, and studies were carried out to determine whether the virus can be transmitted by aphids from herbaceous plants back to the fruit trees. With Myzus persicae (Sulz.) as the vector, it was found possible to obtain transmission of the yellow strain of the virus from peas and from Nicotiana clevelandii to peach.


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