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Occurrence of plum pseudopox (apple chlorotic leaf spot virus, ACLSV) in plum germplasm



Occurrence of plum pseudopox (apple chlorotic leaf spot virus, ACLSV) in plum germplasm



Acta Horticulturae ( 478): 283-286



Flowers, leaves and bark of selected plum cultivars were tested for apple chlorotic leaf spot trichovirus (ACLSV) by ELISA between 1995 and 1997. Bark was an unsuitable tissue for testing for ACLSV in plum trees, the most suitable being flower buds and flowers. The highest extinction values for ACLSV were found in flowers and mixed samples (flowers, leaves and bark) from the clone UH 1.

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