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Tijdschrift Over Plantenziekten

, Volume 62, Issue 4, pp 174–176 | Cite as

Korte overdrachttijd van bladrolvirus

With a summary: A short transmission period for leafroll virus

  • V. de Meester-Manger Cats
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Conclusie

Uit de bovenbeschreven infectieproeven is dus wel duidelijk aan het licht gekomen, dat de overdracht van het bladrolvirus in zeer korte tijd kan plaats vinden, naarPhysalis in ieder geval in een half uur. Hiermee zal rekening moeten worden gehouden bij de virusbestrijding. Hoe men deze snelle overdracht zal moeten interpreteren in verband met de verdere eigenschappen van het bladrolvirus, dat in allerlei opzichten overeenkomt met andere persistente viren, zal nader moeten worden onderzocht.

Summary

Groups of 5 virus freeMyzus persicae (Sulz.), which were not starved, were used in experiments to transmit leafroll virus. An acquisition period of 15 minutes on leafroll-infectedPhysalis floridana, followed immediately by an inoculation-period of 15 minutes onP. floridana seedlings, proved to be long enough for the transmission of leaf-roll virus: 31 out of 45 test plants ofP. floridana became infected. In the same way 11 out 18 of healthyP. floridana plants were infected when potato was used as a leafroll-source.

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© Kluwer Academic Publishers 1956

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. de Meester-Manger Cats
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  1. 1.Instituut voor Plantenziektenkundig Onderzoek (I.P.O.)Wageningen

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