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African Journal of Biotechnology
Two new cherry leaf roll virus (CLRV) isolates (Ah and Ad) were isolated and detected from traditionally-grown walnuts that showed severe apical necrosis and chlorotic spots in systemically infected Cheneopodium amaranticolor, in the eastern part of Turkey. The 404 and 405 bp long DNA fragments of the 3'-non-coding region of both isolates from PCR reactions were cloned and sequenced. A significant genetic variability (up to 14% divergence between sequences) was found within the 3' terminaldoi:10.5897/ajb10.663 fatcat:3pwkvsirsrbnxmzbw4xarytjpa