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Response of apple progenies to infection with apple witches' broom and apple mosaic virus



Response of apple progenies to infection with apple witches' broom and apple mosaic virus



Gartenbauwissenschaft 57(1): 15-18



The response of the F1 progeny from the cross Golden Delicious X Clivia to infection by apple witches' broom (AWB) MLO and apple mosaic ilarvirus (ApMV) was assessed. (Golden Delicious is moderately susceptible to both diseases whereas Clivia is moderately resistant). Following infection by AWB, symptom intensity generally declined from the first to third year. However, a number of progeny showed no symptoms throughout the test period, while in some, symptom intensity increased.

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