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Zhong-Bin Wu, Hsin-Mei Ku, Yuh-Kun Chen, Chung-Jan Chang, and Fuh-Jyh Jan

( Motoshima et al., 1983 ; Nemeth, 1986 ; Pfaeltzer, 1962 ). Viral diseases had not been reported in Taiwan until 2003 ( Jan et al., 2003 ). In our previous works ( Jan et al., 2003 ), Apple stem grooving virus (ASGV) and Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus

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

had mild symptoms, with mean severity scores of 2.0 or less ( Fig. 4 ). The symptoms were mainly leaf purpling and chlorotic spots on mature leaves ( Fig. 5 ) Fig. 5. Virus symptoms on root sprout resulting from infection by Sweetpotato chlorotic

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James D. McCreight, Hsing-Yeh Liu, and Thomas A. Turini

) and cucurbit leaf curl virus ( Brown et al., 2000 ) are identical geminiviruses, with more than 98% similarity based on percent nucleotide and amino acid similarities for open reading frames, and are distinct from SLCV and melon chlorotic leaf curl

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Binoy Babu, Gary Knox, Mathews L. Paret, and Francisco M. Ochoa-Corona

(formerly High plains virus ), Impatiens necrotic spot orthotospovirus , Maize stripe tenuivirus , Prunus necrotic ringspot virus , Tobacco mosaic virus , Tomato chlorotic spot virus , Tomato spotted wilt orthotospovirus , and Tomato ringspot virus

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Cecilia E. McGregor, Douglas W. Miano, Don R. LaBonte, Mary Hoy, Chris A. Clark, and Guilherme J.M. Rosa

losses of up to 90% ( Gutierrez et al., 2003 ), and is caused by dual infection of sweetpotato plants with sweet potato feathery mottle virus (SPFMV) and sweet potato chlorotic stunt virus (SPCSV). SPFMV is a potyvirus (Potyviridae) transmitted by

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Monica Ozores-Hampton, Philip A. Stansly, and Eugene McAvoy

. Tomato varieties/advanced breeding lines, seed sources, pruning, Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) symptomatic incidence and severity and bacterial leaf spot (BLS) severity during Spring 2007 and 2008 at Immokalee, FL. Cultural practices. Seed was

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Samuel F. Hutton, John W. Scott, and Joshua H. Freeman

‘Solar Dancer’ is a heat-tolerant (HT) fresh market hybrid tomato ( Solanum lycopersicum ) that has resistance to three tospoviruses, Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), Groundnut ringspot virus (GRSV), and Tomato chlorotic spot virus (TCSV

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Asma Mohammed Saeed Al-Kubati, Baoshan Kang, Liming Liu, Aqleem Abbas, and Qinsheng Gu

virus (ZYMV) induced by a mechanical method. ( A and B ) Severe yellowing mosaic with chlorotic spots. ( C and D ) Severe mottled mosaic. ( E and F ) Mild mosaic. ( G ) Very mild mottled chlorosis. ( H ) No symptoms. ( I ) Severe yellowing mosaic

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Matthew D. Robbins, Mohammed A.T. Masud, Dilip R. Panthee, Randolph G. Gardner, David M. Francis, and Mikel R. Stevens

Tomato chlorotic spot virus ( Bioteux et al., 1993 ; Stevens et al., 1992 ; van Zijl et al., 1986 ). The P. infestans resistance gene Ph-3 , derived from S. pimpinellifolium L. [formerly L. pimpinellifolium (Jusl). Mill. accession L3707], is of

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Patrick P. Moore, Wendy Hoashi-Erhardt, Chad E. Finn, Robert R. Martin, and Michael Dossett

ringspot virus , Tobacco streak virus , Tomato ringspot virus , and Strawberry necrotic shock virus by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, has indexed negative on grafting to R. occidentalis L., and has tested negative for Black raspberry necrosis