SOME PROPERTIES OF FIG LATENT VIRUS 1, A NEW MEMBER OF THE FAMILY FLEXIVIRIDAE

@inproceedings{Gattoni2009SOMEPO,
  title={SOME PROPERTIES OF FIG LATENT VIRUS 1, A NEW MEMBER OF THE FAMILY FLEXIVIRIDAE},
  author={Giuseppe Gattoni and Angelantonio Minafra and M. A. Castellano and Angelo De Stradis and Donato Boscia and Toufic Elbeaino and Michele Digiaro and Giovanni Paolo Martelli},
  year={2009}
}
A virus with filamentous particles ca. 700 nm long, denoted Fig latent virus 1 (FLV-1) is widespread in Apulian (southern Italy) fig orchards, in trees showing or not mosaic symptoms and in symptomless seedlings. This virus was transmitted by sap inoculation to a very restricted range of herbaceous hosts without inducing apparent symptoms. It was successfully purified from root tissues of infected figs. A virus-specific antiserum raised in rabbits, proved useful for its detection in fig leaf… CONTINUE READING

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