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Host range and strains of peach mosaic virus



Host range and strains of peach mosaic virus



Phytopathology 55(10): 1151-1153



Comparisons of six severe cultures of peach mosaic virus (PMV) in 18 cultivars of commercial peaches during a 3-year period showed that symptoms may increase, decrease, or fluctuate with time; the "shock stage" of the disease may be totally lacking. It was confirmed that severe strains of the virus produce the same disease syndrome in peach regardless of where or from what Prunus spp. the cultures were collected. Based on dif-ferential symptoms in Prunus spp., cross-protection tests, and consistent recovery from natural infections, the hairy break (mild) and plum cultures of PMV were designated strains of the virus. The hairy break strain protected peach against reinoculation with severe strains from peach but not from plum. PMV from peach did not produce symptoms in almond or apricot; the plum strain did.

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