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A virus-like disorder of Malvasio tangerine on rough lemon root-stock

Int Organ Citrus Virol Proc Conf : 210-212

A virus-like disorder of Malvasio tangerine on rough lemon root-stock

The experiments reported In this paper demonstrate that Malvasio tangerine, Messina lemon, and Marsh grapefruit are affected by a disorder that is transmissible by grafting. They suggest that the disorder is caused by a virus distinct from the viruses of psorosis, exocortis, and xyloporosis, and that the causal virus is not transmitted through seed. The extent to which the virus of tristeza, which is generally present in trees in Argentina, contributes to the disorder had not been determined.

Accession: 024192537

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