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Reactions of Malus hupehensis to the inoculation of causal viruses of apple topworking disease



Reactions of Malus hupehensis to the inoculation of causal viruses of apple topworking disease



Bulletin of the Aomori Apple Experiment Station ( 28): 75-94



On inoculation by a double-budding method, apple stem grooving capillovirus induced necrosis of the graft union. Isolates of apple chlorotic leafspot virus caused severe red spot, necrotic spot and necrosis on young leaves, or mild symptoms. Apple stem pitting virus caused epinasty and red leaf spots. Combined inoculation with ACLSV + ASPV resulted in the typical symptoms of ACLSV.

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