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( Cohen et al., 1983 ), but SLCV was recently detected with polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using SLCV-specific primers in commercial melon plants in Imperial Valley (R.L. Gilbertson, pers. comm.). Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV) ( Guzman et al., 2000

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Cucurbit leaf crumple geminivirus (CuLCrV) is transmitted by sweet-potato whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) biotype B (SPWF-B) and occurs on cucurbits in Arizona, California, Texas, and Mexico. This virus is identical to Cucurbit leaf curl virus, and their symptoms are similar to Squash leaf curl virus on squash (Cucurbita sp.) and Melonleaf curl virus on melon (Cucumis melo L.). Melon has been reported to be either susceptible to CuLCrV, or to have the ability to recover from infection. Twenty-three melon cultigens were inoculated with CuLCrV in greenhouse tests using SPWF-B. Eighteen of the cultigens tested were highly susceptible to CuLCrV (≥60% infected plants) and generally exhibited pronounced CuLCrV symptoms: `Amarillo', `Edisto 47', `Esteem', `Fuyu 3', `Impac', `Moscatel Grande', `Negro', `Perlita', PI 234607, PI 236355, PI 414723, `PMR 5', `Seminole', `Sol Dorado', `Sol Real', `Top Mark', `Vedrantais', and WMR 29. Five cultigens were resistant to CuLCrV (<40% infected plants that exhibited restricted, mild symptoms): MR-1, PI 124111, PI 124112, PI 179901, and PI 313970. Symptoms abated with time in both groups although infected plants remained positive for the virus. Ten of the cultigens (`Edisto 47', `Fuyu 3', `Impac', MR-1, PI 124112, PI 313970, PI 414723, `PMR 5', `Top Mark', and WMR 29) were included in field tests in 2003 and 2004 that were naturally infected with CuLCrV. With the exception of PI 414723, the greenhouse and field data were consistent for reaction to CuLCrV.

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disperse easily across crops. Consequently, vegetable growers have been challenged with sweetpotato whitefly-transmitted viruses, particularly the cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV), which has caused significant yield losses of yellow squash and zucchini

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of the family Potyviridae isolated from cucurbits in Florida Phytopathology 97 145 154 https://doi.org/10.1094/PHYTO-97-2-0145 Adkins, S. Polston, J.E. Turechek, W.W. 2009 Cucurbit leaf crumple virus identified in common bean in

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in the Imperial Valley of California Plant Dis. 84 488 Hagen, C. Rojas, M.R. Kon, T. Gilbertson, R.L. 2008 Recovery from Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (family Geminiviridae , genus Begomovirus ) infection is an adaptive antiviral response associated

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, Podosphaera xanthii races 1, 2, 2U.S., 3, 3.5, 4.5, 5, and S ( McCreight, 2003 ; McCreight and Coffey, 2011 ; Pitrat and Besombes, 2008 ; Shishkoff, 2000 ), Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV) ( McCreight et al., 2008 ), as well as other insect pests

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). In some years, silverleaf whitefly ( Bemisia tabaci ) transmitted begomoviruses, such as Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV), can be problematic in Georgia and north Florida ( Webb et al., 2013 ). First identified in the Imperial Valley of

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( https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/accessiondetail?id=1389467 ). Recently, we observed that ‘USVL531-MDR’ was resistant to Cucurbit leaf crumple virus when inoculated with Agrobacterium infectious clones (Kousik et al., data not shown). Overall

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.D. Kishaba, A.N. Bohn, G.W. 1984 AR Hale’s Best Jumbo, AR 5, and AR Topmark, melon aphid-resistant muskmelon breeding lines HortScience 19 309 310 McCreight, J.D. Liu, H.-Y. Turini, T.A. 2008 Genetic resistance to Cucurbit leaf crumple virus in melon

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the detection of two additional whitefly-transmitted viruses. Cucurbit leaf crumple virus (CuLCrV) was found in squash in north-central Florida in the fall of 2006 and in watermelon in southwest Florida in Spring 2007. Cucurbit yellow stunting

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