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Investigations on symptomatology, transmission, etiology and host specificity of black currant reversion virus


, : Investigations on symptomatology, transmission, etiology and host specificity of black currant reversion virus. Acta Horticulturae: 99-104

Early diagnosis of infected blackcurrant plants was facilitated by growing plants under continuous light with an increase in the red part of the spectrum. All stages of the mite vector, Cecidophyopsis ribis, were able to transmit BcRV. The virus causing blackcurrant reversion is identical with potato virus Y and Ribes spp. are infected by 3 strs. of varying pathogenicity.


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