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Research note on the diffusion of ILAR virus in a collection of varieties of Prunus domestica L

Research note on the diffusion of ILAR virus in a collection of varieties of Prunus domestica L

Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 15: 351-354

The transmission rate of ILAR viruses in a collection of 49 plum cvs. was <2% during the test period. Germination of seed from infected trees was 41-100%, and variability was more related to varietal characteristics or stratification treatment than to the presence of the virus.

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