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Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus infection induces plum pox virus-like symptoms on plum in New Zealand



Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus infection induces plum pox virus-like symptoms on plum in New Zealand



Acta Horticulturae (657): 121-125



Fruit showing circular, sunken black necrotic lesions and circular ring symptoms from a single plum tree (Prunus domestica 'Victoria') from the Waikato region, North Island was submitted to Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry. Flexuous filamentous particles were observed by electron microscopy, suggesting the presence of Plum pox virus (PPV). However, the fruit tested negative for PPV and potyviruses by ELISA, RT-PCR, and IC-RT-PCR.

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