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Chandrasekar S. Kousik, Scott Adkins, William W. Turechek, Craig G. Webster and Pamela D. Roberts

intervals to prevent potential escapes. Disease Resistance WVD caused by SqVYV (genus: Ipomovirus , family: Potyviridae ) is an emerging disease that has caused devastating losses for watermelon producers in southwest and west–central Florida ( Adkins et

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Chandrasekar S. Kousik, Scott Adkins, William W. Turechek and Pamela D. Roberts

novel SqVYV (genus: Ipomovirus , family: Potyviridae) as the causal agent of WVD ( Adkins et al., 2007 , 2008 ). SqVYV is transmitted by whiteflies ( Bemisia tabaci , Biotype B) and is also mechanically transmitted ( Adkins et al., 2007 ). Currently

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Scovia Adikini, Settumba B. Mukasa, Robert O.M. Mwanga and Richard W. Gibson

sweetpotato viruses in Uganda, although other viruses such as Sweet potato mild mottle virus (family, Potyviridae; genus, Ipomovirus ), Sweet potato caulimo-like virus (family, Caulimoviridae; genus, Cavemovirus ), Sweet potato chlorotic fleck virus

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ipomovirus (family: Potyviridae), named squash vein yellowing virus (SqVYV), was the causal agent of this disease. We evaluated 218 plant introductions (PI) belonging to the watermelon core collection for tolerance to SqVYV by mechanical inoculations of the