Fokhagymát fertőző Potyvirus és Carlavirus fajokkal végzett mesterséges fertőzési kísérletek



garlic, potyvirus, carlavirus, artificial inoculation


In our survey, garlic and leek plants were tested by artificial inoculation of Potyvirus and Carlavirus isolates. Our aim was to investigate the infectional conditions, studying host plant preference for Potyviruses and the possibility of mixed infection of Carlavirus species. In total, 36 garlic plants were infected, then the results were evaluated. Transmission of potyviruses was low on leeks and high on garlic. The simultaneous presence of the two carlaviruses could not be detected in the inoculated plants.


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