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Virus-free shoots from cassava stem cuttings infected with cassava latent virus

Plant Disease 69(3): 231-232
Virus-free shoots from cassava stem cuttings infected with cassava latent virus
Infected stem cuttings gave rise to shoots that showed CLV symptoms at emergence, shoots that developed symptoms 3-5 wk later, and shoots that remained symptomless after 6 wk of observation. CLV symptoms appeared 5-11 d earlier when symptomless shoots were detopped than when they were left intact. Symptomless shoots severed 2 wk after emergence from CLV-infected stem cuttings and subsequently detopped did not develop CLV symptoms.

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