Identification of viral and phytoplasmal agents causing diseases in Gaillardia Foug. plants in Lithuania

@inproceedings{Valinas2008IdentificationOV,
  title={Identification of viral and phytoplasmal agents causing diseases in Gaillardia Foug. plants in Lithuania},
  author={Deividas Valiūnas and Marija Samuitienė and Meletėlė Navalinskienė and Robert E. Davis},
  year={2008}
}
Gaillardia plants exhibiting symptoms characteristic of viral and phytoplasmal diseases were collected at botanical gardens and floriculture farms in Lithuania. Cucumber mosaic cucumovirus was isolated from diseased plants exhibiting symptoms characterized by stunting, flower breaking and malformation of petals. The virus was characterized based on electron microscopy, serology, reactions of inoculated test-plants, and reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR). Symptoms of leaf… CONTINUE READING

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