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Comparison of different methods for detection of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in plum trees



Comparison of different methods for detection of apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in plum trees



Archiv fur Phytopathologie und Pflanzenschutz 23(1): 21-30



A biological test using Chenopodium quinoa and 2 serological tests were compared for detection of ACLSV in different plum tree tissues. Results showed great differences in virus concn depending on cultivar, tissue and time of year. The highest concn was found in naturally grown petals; young foliage leaves sampled at the same time had lower values, and forced buds of petals and leaves and older leaves showed very low values, often below the serologically detectable limit.

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