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Plum pox virus(PPV000)

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Yellow rings on a yellow-fleshed peach cultivar.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Symptoms of PPV on apricot, pale rings in the stones.

Courtesy: M.A. Cambra, DG Aragón, Zaragoza (ES).

Symptoms of PPV-M on peach (Prunus persica cv. Arm King).

Courtesy: M. Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Symptoms of PPV on Japanese plum leaves.

Courtesy: M.Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Leaf symptoms of PPV infection on plum cv. Fränkischer.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Leaf symptoms of PPV infection on plum cv. St Julien.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Ring and band mosaic due to PPV on myrobalan.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Leaf symptoms of PPV infection on plum cv. Ruth Gerstetter.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Fruit symptoms of PPV infection on plum.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Leaf symptoms of PPV infection on plum cv. Great Green.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Symptoms of PPV on leaves of plum cv. Ackermann, showing yellowish flecks, rings and mottling.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Typical symptoms of PPV on apricot leaves.

Courtesy: M.Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Symptoms of vein clearing on peach leaves cv. Royal Gem caused by PPV-M.

Courtesy: M.Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Symptoms of PPV-D on fruits of Japanese plum cv. Red Beaut.

Courtesy: M.Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Symptoms of PPV-D on fruits of Japanese plum cv. Red Beaut. Diseased fruits are compared with two healthy fruits on the left.

Courtesy: M.Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Symptoms of PPV-D on peach (Pruns persica cv. Spring Crest).

Courtesy: M. Cambra, IVIA, Moncada, Valencia (ES).

Fruit fall of plum due to Plum pox virus infection.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Spots on apricot stones.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Symptoms of PPV infection on leaves of plum cv. Brompton, showing yellowish rings.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Symptoms of PPV of plum cv. Hauszwetsche, showing bluish depressions and grooves on the surface.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Fruit symptoms of PPV infection on apricot.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Fruit symptoms of PPV infection on apricot.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Leaf symptoms of plum pox virus infection on peach.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Leaf symptoms of plum pox virus infection on apricot.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Petal discoloration caused by PPV-M on flowers of peach cv. Baby Gold.

Courtesy: J.C. Desvignes, CTIFL (FR).

Symptoms of PPV on apricot fruits.

Courtesy: M.A. Cambra, DG Aragón, Zaragoza (ES).

Fruit symptoms of PPV infection on plum.

Courtesy: Biologische Bundesanstalt (DE).

Symptoms of Plum pox virus on apricot stone.

Courtesy: Tomislav Jemrić, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Pomology, Zagreb, Croatia