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Biologia Plantarum

, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp 22–32 | Cite as

Differentiation and properties of five strains of cucumber mosaic virus isolated from samples of cucumber fruits

  • P. Havránek
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Abstract

Five strains of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) were distinguished in the isolates of viruses which attack cucumber in Czechoslovakia (Havránek 1970). The strains A, B, C, D, and E of CMV were defined according to different syndromes onNicotiana tabacum L.,N. glutinosa L.,Phaseolus vulgaris L. andChenopodium polyspermum L. The Czechoslovak strains, in comparison with American ones, did not cause systemic disease inCucumis anguria L. orCucurbita moschataDuch., but strains D and E of CMV suppressed the tolerance of American cucumber cultivar Wisconsin SMR 18. The propertiesin vitro of isolated CMV strains correspond to the description of CMV, but we did not succeed in establishing their antigenic behaviour. The relation of the Czechoslovak CMV strains to those described in publications is discussed.

Keywords

Cucumber Mosaic Virus Necrotic Lesion Broad Bean Phenol Extract Mosaic Disease 
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Rozlišení a vlastnosti pěti kmenů viru mozaiky okurky, izolovaných ze vzorků okurkových plodů

Abstract

Mezi izoláty virů, které v Československu napadají okurky (Havránek 1970), bylo rozlišeno 5 různých kmenů viru mozaiky okurky (CMV). Kmeny A, B, C, D a E—CMV byly definovány pomocí odchylných syndromů naNicotiana tabacum L.,N. glutinosa L.,Phaseolus vulgaris L. aChenopodium polyspermum L. Československé kmeny CMV na rozdíl od amerických nevyvolávaly systémové onemocnění naCucumis anguria L. neboCucurbita moschataDuch., kmeny D a E-CMV však snížily toleranci amerického kultivaru okurek Wisconsin SMR 18. Vlastnosti zjištěných kmenů CMV in vitro odpovídají popisům CMV, jejich antigenní vlastnosti se však nepodařilo stanovit. V práci se diskutuje o vztahu čs. kmenů CMV ke kmenům popsaným v literatuře.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. Havránek
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  1. 1.Vegetable Research InstitutOlomouc

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