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Comparative electron microscopy of Chenopodium quinoa leaves infected with apple chlorotic leaf spot, apple stem grooving, or citrus tatter leaf virus



Comparative electron microscopy of Chenopodium quinoa leaves infected with apple chlorotic leaf spot, apple stem grooving, or citrus tatter leaf virus



Annals of the Phytopathological Society of Japan 55(2): 245-249



ACLSV P-205 and apple stem grooving capillovirus (ASGV) P-209 from infected apple and CTLV Li 23 from lily were inoculated to C. quinoa plants. Ultrastructural studies were made of systemic infected leaves after 14-21 d. Viruses were observed in phloem and mesophyll cells.

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