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Malus micromalus clone GMAL 273: a new woody plant indicator for rapid detection of apple stem grooving virus






Acta Horticulturae ( 386): 439-443

Malus micromalus clone GMAL 273: a new woody plant indicator for rapid detection of apple stem grooving virus

A highly sensitive, rapid reacting woody plant indicator for apple stem grooving capillovirus (ASGV) was discovered when 201 Malus clones were screened for ASGV sensitivity. A selection of M. micromalus (GMAL 273) displayed particularly distinctive foliage symptoms within 14-21 d. This is in contrast to the 6-8 months frequently required for reliable ASGV reactions to appear on Virginia Crab indicators grown under the same conditions.


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