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Nonuniform distribution of prune dwarf virus in sweet and sour cherry trees


Nonuniform distribution of prune dwarf virus in sweet and sour cherry trees



PHYTOPATHOLOGY 53(7 Pt 1): 819-821



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-949X

Nonuniform distribution of numerous isolates of prune dwarf virus in large, infected sweet and sour cherry trees was demonstrated by inoculation of prune indicators with single buds. Virus strains that induced severe symptoms on the prune indicators were usually more uniformly distributed than strains inducing either mild or moderate symptoms, with occasional exceptions. Nonuniform distribution appeared to be linked with rapidity of virus movement; severe strains were more rapid-moving and uniformly distributed than mild strains, which were relatively slow-moving and erratically distributed in individual buds from infected cherries.

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