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Occurrence of carnation mottle virus in the regions of belgrade and novi sad yugoslavia

, : Occurrence of carnation mottle virus in the regions of belgrade and novi sad yugoslavia. Zastita Bilja 28(140): 161-166

A new disease of carnation, was probably caused by a virus according to type of disease symptoms on leaves, stem and flowers. The possibility of disease transmission to other test plants, as well as morphological properties of pathogen were studied. The virus is transmitted mechanically to Chenopodium amaranticolor, causing leaf symptoms in the form of local chlorotic-necrotic spots. Partially purified preparations negatively stained in 2% neutral sodium phosphotungstate, examined by EM had isometric particles about 30 mm in diameter. According to the type of reaction of C. amaranticolor, as well as the form and size of particles was concluded that the virus isolates belong to the carnation mottle virus.


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