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Genetic control of the reactions of raspberry rubus occidentalis to black raspberry necrosis virus raspberry leaf mottle virus and raspberry leaf spot virus



Genetic control of the reactions of raspberry rubus occidentalis to black raspberry necrosis virus raspberry leaf mottle virus and raspberry leaf spot virus



Annals of Applied Biology 96(1): 59-66



Black raspberry necrosis virus (BRNV) induces a severe apical necrosis in black raspberry (R. occidentalis) but fails to induce diagnostic symptoms in red raspberry. BRNV infection of F1, F2 and F3 hybrids from the cross black raspberry .times. red raspberry induced mosaic symptoms of varying intensity but no typical apical necrosis. In a survey of 28 red raspberry cultivars, a few developed severe angular chlorotic leaf spots when infected with raspberry leaf mottle virus and a few others did so when infected with raspberry leaf spot virus. These reactions were determined by single dominant genes designated Lm and Ls, respectively. The value of the different host reactions for controlling the effects and spread of these viruses is discussed.

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