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Comparative experiments for detecting apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in apple cultivars and wild apple varieties by means of biological and serological methods



Comparative experiments for detecting apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in apple cultivars and wild apple varieties by means of biological and serological methods



Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection 28(2): 109-114



Apple chlorotic leafspot virus (ApCLSV) detection was compared in apple cultivars and wild apple varieties using graft indexing by applying the woody indicator clone Malus pumila. The reliability of DAS-ELISA in ApCLSV detection in fruit-bearing cultivars was better than that of R 12740 7A, a biological indexing procedure. However, in certain taxa of wild apple varieties, the reliability of the graft indexing procedure was superior to ELISA.

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DOI: 10.1080/03235409309383030



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