Detection and partial molecular characterization of Plum pox virus on almond trees in Turkey

@article{Ilba2014DetectionAP,
  title={Detection and partial molecular characterization of Plum pox virus on almond trees in Turkey},
  author={Havva Ilbağı and Ahmet Çıtır},
  journal={Phytoparasitica},
  year={2014},
  volume={42},
  pages={485-491}
}
Almond (Prunus dulcis) is one of the well known stone fruit species grown for its unripe fruits and delicious seeds in Turkey. In the Trakya region, however, some prevailing virus infections have reduced almond yields and quality. In ten districts of Trakya, 260 leaf samples were collected from affected almond trees in June 2010. DAS–ELISA assays and RT-PCR tests were employed for the identification of viruses. As a result of these detection studies, five of the 260 leaf samples gathered from… CONTINUE READING

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