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Arabis mosaic virus and tomato black ring virus in spontaneously infected plants of raspberry rubus idaeus l

Arabis mosaic virus and tomato black ring virus in spontaneously infected plants of raspberry rubus idaeus l

Sbornik UVTIZ (Ustav Vedeckotechnickych Informaci pro Zemedelstvi) Ochrana Rostlin 26(4): 263-269

Arabis mosaic virus (AMV) and tomato black ring virus (TBRV) were investigated in spontaneously infected plants of raspberry Rubus idaeus L. by means of immunoenzymatic tests. The total of 153 samples of raspberry leaves with mosaic symptoms were examined for the presence of these viruses; the leaves were collected in the open nature. The abovementioned viruses were demonstrated to be present n 52 samples, that means in 34% of the test set.

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