VARIABILITY OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID ISOLATES FROM ORNAMENTAL HOSTS IN SLOVENIA

@article{Marn2013VARIABILITYOP,
  title={VARIABILITY OF POTATO SPINDLE TUBER VIROID ISOLATES FROM ORNAMENTAL HOSTS IN SLOVENIA},
  author={M. V. Marn and I. Ple{\vs}ko and B. G. Stare},
  journal={Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={95},
  pages={411-415}
}
A survey of Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd) was initiated in Slovenia in December 2006. Out of 398 samples collected between the beginning of the survey and the end of 2010, a quarter tested positive for PSTVd, in particular Brugmansia cordata (1), Solanum jasminoides (88), S. rantonnetii (5), Petunia spp (3), and S. muricatum (3). Analysis of 96 complete master sequences of Slovene positive samples revealed new variants, although the majority of master sequences were identical to the… Expand
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