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Title:
Epirus cherry virus
Authors:
Avgelis, A., Barba, M.
Year:
2011
Languages:
ENG, eng
Journal:
Virus and virus-like disease of pome and stone fruits
Kind of publication:
Cartaceo
Location:
St. Paul
Editor:
APS
Abstract in Italian:
Abstract in English:
Epirus cherry virus (EpCV) was first isolated from a sweet cherry tree (Prunus avium) showing severe rasp leaf symptoms in the Epirus region of Greece (Avgelis et al., 1988). The unique diseased cherry plant was observed initially in a vegetable garden in 1982. A few years later, the tree declined in vigor, wilted and died. At the same time no other similar diseased Prunus trees were noticed during a survey conducted in the neighboring area. When the virus transmitted mechanically from the cherry tree to leguminous species it was shown to be seed transmitted in these experimental hosts (Avgelis, 1991). Subsequent surveys that targeted cultivated broad bean, Vicia faba and weeds were made. In 1995 the virus was detected in samples of clover (Trifolium sp. resupinatum), collected in the orchard where the original infected cherry tree was first observed. The virus has not been detected in any naturally infected other plant species since then, nor has it been isolated from samples of cultivated plants with virus-like symptoms growing in Greece.

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