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Virologica Sinica, 02 (3) : 72, 1987
Review
ELIMINATION OF CITRUS INFECTIOUS VARIEGATION VIRUS(CVV) BY SHOOT-TIP GRAFTING IN VITRO
The Fruit Tree Research Institute of Guangdong Academy of Agricultural Sciences
GuangzhouExperiment Institute of Citrus Culture
Italy Institute of Plant Pathology
University of Catania
Italy
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Abstract
Four varieties of citrus infected with Citrus Infectious Variegation Virus(CVV) were freed from the virus by shoot-tip grafting in vitro. The tests carried out by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay(ELISA) were faster and more sensitive than those made by graft-inoculation to indicator plants. The survival rate of grafting was up to 85-90% if shoot-tip and cut of rootstock were treated with 6-benylaminopurine(BAP) or 2, 4-D before grafting.
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  Published online: 5 Sep 1987
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