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Tobacco mosaic virus inoculum increase in tobacco infected at flower removal

Tobacco mosaic virus inoculum increase in tobacco infected at flower removal

Plant Disease 70(12): 1098-1100

The transmission of tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) during flower removal (topping) in tobacco and the subsequent translocation of the virus to the roots of infected plants was demonstrated using ELISA and plant bioassay techniques. The use of axillary bud (sucker) inhibitors (long-chain aliphatic alcohols and maleic hydrazide) obscured the symptoms of TMV infection in plants inoculated during topping. Infection of tobacco roots after transmission of TMV at topping provides a potential for tremendous proliferation of inoculum sources for the next year's crop.

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