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Physiological and biochemical properties of mycoplasmas causing plant yellows


Mikrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 50(4): 34-38
Physiological and biochemical properties of mycoplasmas causing plant yellows
Mycoplasma-like organisms were isolated from plants with symptoms of cereal pale green dwarf; clover phyllody; apple proliferation; currant reversion; carnation, hydrangea and Cineraria proliferation; grapevine leaf vein necrosis; tomato stolbur; potato witches' broom, large leaf and purple top; and mulberry curly small leaf. The pathogens of these diseases do not require sterins for growth and most can synthesize carotenoids in amounts detectable by spectrophotometry.


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