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Reaction of physalis spp to plant viruses part 5 physalis alkekengi physalis angulata physalis philadelphica and physalis pubescens as new hosts of several plant viruses



Reaction of physalis spp to plant viruses part 5 physalis alkekengi physalis angulata physalis philadelphica and physalis pubescens as new hosts of several plant viruses



Acta Phytopathologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 10(3-4): 247-256



A local and systemic host-virus relation was shown between P. alkekengi L. (= P. franchetti Mast.) and alfalfa mosaic virus (R/1 : 1.3/18 : S/S : S/Ap), potato aucuba mosaic virus (*/* : */* : E/E : S/Ap); P. angulata L. and alfalfa mosaic virus, tobacco ring spot virus (R/1 : 1.8/42 : S/S : S/Ne); P. philadelphica Lam. and alfalfa mosaic virus, cucumber mosaic virus (R/1 : 1/18 : S/S : S/Ap; potato aucuba mosaic virus, tobacco ring spot virus; P. pubescens L. and alfalfa mosaic virus, potato aucuba mosaic virus. P. pubescens was locally susceptible to tobacco necrosis virus (R/* : */* : S/S : S/Ne) and tobacco rattle virus (R/1 : 3/5 : E/E : S/Ne); the viruses did not become systemic in inoculated P. pubescens. P. alkekengi was resistant to bean (common) mosaic virus (*/* : */* : E/E : S/Ap), potato virus M (*/* : */* : E/E : S/Ap), potato virus S (*/* : */* : E/E : S/Ap), radish mosaic virus (R/* : */* : S/S : S/Cl) and turnip yellow mosaic virus (R/1 : 1.9/37 : S/S : S/Cl). P. angulata also showed resistance to tobacco necrosis virus. P. philadelphica and P. pubescens were equally resistant to infection by bean (common) mosaic virus, radish mosaic virus and turnip yellow mosaic virus.

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