Survey and biological differentiation of viruses of wild and cultivated umbelliferae in the Netherlands

@article{Dijk2005SurveyAB,
  title={Survey and biological differentiation of viruses of wild and cultivated umbelliferae in the Netherlands},
  author={P. J. van Dijk and Linda Bos},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={95},
  pages={1-34}
}
Biological testing of 974 leaf samples of wild and cultivated Umbelliferae in the Netherlands yielded 569 virus isolates; 550 could be classified into 19 viruses, two of them with two strains each. Viruses frequently occurred in mixtures, and infection often was symptomless. Anthriscus carlavirus and caraway latent virus are tentatively described as new viruses. Incomplete descriptions of carrot yellow leaf virus, celery yellow spot virus, cow parsnip mosaic virus, parsnip mottle virus and HV4… CONTINUE READING
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