Citrus psorosis, ringspot, cristacortis and concave gum pathogens are maintained in callus culture

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Callus cultures were established from citrus explants infected with several virus-like pathogens of the psorosis group (psorosis A, psorosis B, ringspot, cristacortis, or concave gum), and successively subcultured for up to 16 months. ‘Pineapple’ sweet orange or ‘Duncan’ grapefruit seedlings graft-inoculated with callus pieces, and incubated in a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00037666

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