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Reaction of physalis species to plant viruses 7. additional data on the virus susceptibility of physalis minima



Reaction of physalis species to plant viruses 7. additional data on the virus susceptibility of physalis minima



Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 18(4): 209-216



P. minima L. is locally and systemically susceptible to 11 viruses (alfalfa mosaic virus, Arabis mosaic virus, belladonna mottle virus, cucumber mosaic virus, Melandrium yellow fleck virus, tobacco rattle virus, tobacco ring spot virus, tomato aspermy virus, tomato mosaic virus, tomato ring spot virus, turnip mosaic virus) and systemically susceptible to 1 virus (broad bean wilt virus). The same experimental plant was resistant to 9 viruses (bean common mosaic virus, bean yellow mosaic virus, carnation ring spot virus, cauliflower mosaic virus, celery mosaic virus, cucumber green mottle mosaic virus, radish mosaic virus, turnip yellow mosaic virus, watermelon mosaic virus). The compatible and incompatible new host-virus relations play an important role in the identification and differentiation of these viruses. The possibility of differentiating the cucumber mosaic virus strains recently found in bean plants (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) from various virus pathogens of bean (e.g., bean common mosaic virus, bean yellow mosaic virus) by means of P. minima plants deserves particular attention.

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