PPV long-distance movement is occasionally permitted in resistant apricot hosts.

@article{IonNagy2006PPVLM,
  title={PPV long-distance movement is occasionally permitted in resistant apricot hosts.},
  author={Ligia Ion-Nagy and Micheline Lansac and Jean-Philippe Eyquard and Beatriz Salvador and J. Garcia and Olivier Le Gall and Michel Hernould and Val{\'e}rie Schurdi-Levraud and V{\'e}ronique Decroocq},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={2006},
  volume={120 1-2},
  pages={70-8}
}
The interactions between Plum pox virus (PPV), a member of the Potyvirus genus, and Prunus host plants are, up to now, poorly understood. In the current paper, fluorescence stereomicroscopy, in situ hybridisation and immunogold detection were performed in order to evaluate the virus transport and cellular distribution. The behavior of PPV in several susceptible (cv. "Moniqui" and "Screara") and resistant apricot genotypes (cv. "Harlayne", "Henderson", "Harcot", "Goldrich", "Stella" and "Stark… CONTINUE READING