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Studies of the development of concentration of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (CLSV) and apple stem grooving virus (SGV) in apple trees



Studies of the development of concentration of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (CLSV) and apple stem grooving virus (SGV) in apple trees



Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 17(1/2): 23-27



Further studies (RPP 60, 374; 61, 1784) confirmed the different behaviour of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus and apple stem grooving virus in apple trees. The ELISA extinction values serve as a measure of relative virus conc. It is recommended that for diagnosis of ASGV, mixed samples of forced buds of petals and leaves are taken in Sept.-Mar. and of leaves in Apr.-mid-May. From May onwards concs. decreased so that the virus was not detectable in naturally grown leaves and petals.

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