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Differential transmission of peach yellow leaf roll virus to peach and celery by the leaf-hopper, Colladonus montanus



Differential transmission of peach yellow leaf roll virus to peach and celery by the leaf-hopper, Colladonus montanus



Phytopath 47(10): 575-578



The leafhopper, C. montanus, was shown to vary markedly in its ability to transmit peach yellow leaf roll virus, depending upon the test plant used. When peach was used as both the virus source and test plant, transmission was accomplished to only 1 of 168 peach trees. In tests with celery as both inoculum and test plant, C. montanus transmitted virus to 232 of 546 celery plants. Even when demonstrably viruliferous, C. montanus proved to be an inefficient vector on peach. After acquir-ing virus from diseased celery plants, 38 groups, each consisting of 4-10 leafhoppers, were fed alternately on peach and celery for 24-hour periods. These leafhoppers transmitted virus to 57 of 213 celery plants but to only 4 of 238 peach trees.

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