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Identification of new potyviruses in Zantedeschia


, : Identification of new potyviruses in Zantedeschia. Rasteniev"dni Nauki 32(4): 129-131

Zantedeschia plants with mosaic and necrotic ringspots or light mosaic were found in greenhouses in Bulgaria. Leaf samples from plants with the 2 groups of symptoms were tested using indicator plants but the symptoms were not reproduced. DAS-ELISA with antibodies for dasheen mosaic potyvirus, cucumber mosaic cucumovirus and tomato spotted wilt tospovirus was negative.


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