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Incidence of some stone fruit viruses on pollen quality in inoculated peach trees



Incidence of some stone fruit viruses on pollen quality in inoculated peach trees



Zastita Bilja, 16: 379-86



Following inoculation of two-year old homo-zygous GF305 peach trees with isolates of the bark split, line pattern + ring spot and dwarf plum + yellow virus complexes, no significant differences in pollen grain morphology compared to the untreated material were observed, but the necrotic ring spot and, in particular, Court Noue Blache isolates caused a large increase in small aborted grains.

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