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Characterization of apricot cultivars infected with plum pox virus using virus concentration in leaves



Characterization of apricot cultivars infected with plum pox virus using virus concentration in leaves



Acta Horticulturae (550 (Vol. 1)): 107-110



Plum pox virus multiplication either in symptomatic or asymptomatic leaf areas in 8 apricot cultivars (Stark Early Orange, Stella, Manicot, Screara, Colomer, Bergeron, Tyrinthe and Harcot) was studied by ELISA assays. Six replications of each cultivar were grafted onto healthy GF 305 peach rootstocks; five were inoculated by grafting onto the cultivar with D8 PPV strain, while the last plant was maintained as a healthy control.

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