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Back transmission of apple chlorotic leafspot virus (type strain) to apple and production of apple topworking disease symptoms in Maruba Kaido (Malus prunifolia Borkh. var. ringo Asami)



Back transmission of apple chlorotic leafspot virus (type strain) to apple and production of apple topworking disease symptoms in Maruba Kaido (Malus prunifolia Borkh. var. ringo Asami)



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 45(3): 369-374



ACLSV was back-transmitted to 8-day-old apple seedlings by rub-inoculation with partially and highly purified inoculum. The back-transmitted isolates induced typical apple topworking disease symptoms on a clone of M. prunifolia var. ringo, infected with other latent viruses including the Maruba ACLSV str., and on a virus-free clone.

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