Infectibility of some new raspberry cultivars with arabismosaic and raspberry ringspot viruses and further evidence for variation in British isolates of these two nepoviruses

@article{Jones1989InfectibilityOS,
  title={Infectibility of some new raspberry cultivars with arabismosaic and raspberry ringspot viruses and further evidence for variation in British isolates of these two nepoviruses},
  author={A. Jones and M. J. Mitchell and Derek J. F. Brown},
  journal={Annals of Applied Biology},
  year={1989},
  volume={115},
  pages={57-69}
}
Summary In field trials at sites of an outbreak of arabis mosaic nepovirus (AMV) in England and of raspberry ringspot nepovirus (RRV) in Scotland, the results of exposure of some new raspberry cultivars to natural infection with these viruses showed discrepancies from those obtained in graft inoculation tests using AMV-Lib and RRV-S, the Scottish type isolates. In particular, cv. Glen Prosen, which is immune to AMV-Lib and RRV-S, was infected with AMV and RRV in the field trials. Studies on… Expand
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