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Annual Report of The Kansai Plant Protection Society
The host range of gentian witches' broom MLO (GWM) and its modes of transmission by the leafhopper vector, Scleroracus flavopictus, were studied. Fifty-three species of plants belonging to 20 families were infected with GWM, including Brassica campestris (Chinese cabbage), Cucumis sativus, Lycopersicon esculentum, Apium graveolens and others. MLO particles were detected in the phloems of a lot of infected plants by electron microscope, and the tests of back inoculation to healthy plants weredoi:10.4165/kapps1958.30.0_31 fatcat:cfs3o22dhzbwzksxn26utsqk4e