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Disorders of top worked apple trees in Japan. IV. Inheritance of susceptibility to apple chlorotic leaf spot virus and apple stem pitting virus



Disorders of top worked apple trees in Japan. IV. Inheritance of susceptibility to apple chlorotic leaf spot virus and apple stem pitting virus



Bulletin of the Fruit Tree Research Station, Japan, C Morioka (11): 1-11



It is concluded from the study of crosses between the rootstock parental material Seishi (Malus prunifolia var. ringo), susceptible to apple chlorotic leaf spot virus (ACLSV), Sanashi 63 (M. sieboldii), susceptible to ACLSV and apple stem pitting virus (ASPV), and virus-resistant dwarf rootstocks, M9, M26 and M27, that susceptibility to ACLSV is controlled by a single major gene, Cultivar Seishi and Sanashi 63 are thought to be heterozygous.

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