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Reaction of physalis spp to plant viruses xi. additional data on the susceptibility of physalis ixocarpa physalis philadelphica and physalis pruinosa



Reaction of physalis spp to plant viruses xi. additional data on the susceptibility of physalis ixocarpa physalis philadelphica and physalis pruinosa



Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica 23(1-2): 137-142



In three Physalis species new host-virus relations have been detected. Physalis ixocarpa and P. philadelphica have been found to be locally and systemically susceptible each to 10, and P. pruinosa to 7 viruses. All three Physalis species are resistant to bean yellow mosaic virus. Of the plants examined the perennial Physalis pruinosa is important from the point of view of virus ecology as well. No less importance is attached to the results obtained for Physalis ixocarpa as an edible fruit.

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