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Virus diseases of Forsythia sp


Zeszyty Problemowe Postepow Nauk Rolniczych (291): 137-147
Virus diseases of Forsythia sp
Tomato black ring, raspberry ringspot, cucumber mosaic, tobacco rattle and tobacco necrosis viruses were isolated from forsythia in Poland. Among 96 plants examined 45% of the older ones and 34% of the younger ones were infected, TBRV and RRV being the most frequent isolates. TBRV was inactivated at 60-68 degrees C and the dilution end point was 10-5-10-6. For RRV these values were 66-68 degrees and 10-5-10-6. TRV lost infectivity very quickly and it was impossible to determine its properties.


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