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Some properties of a yellow mosaic virus isolated from bramble


, : Some properties of a yellow mosaic virus isolated from bramble. Acta Horticulturae: 79-83

A sap-transmitted virus found associated with a yellow mosaic disease of a wild trailing blackberry (Rubus rigidus) has a restricted host range, infecting a few spp. in Amaranthaceae, Chenopodiaceae and Solanaceae. The virus remained infective in Chenopodium murale sap after dilution to 10-3 or 10 min at 50 deg C (but not 55 deg ), and 8 but not 16 days at 20 deg. Infectivity was lost at pH 6 and after prolonged freezing (3 weeks) but was only slightly decreased after 24 h at -20 deg.


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