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Lack of effect of tobacco mosaic virus-induced systemic acquired resistance on arthropod herbivores in tobacco



Lack of effect of tobacco mosaic virus-induced systemic acquired resistance on arthropod herbivores in tobacco



Phytopathology 826: 647-651



The nonspecificity of pathogen-induced systemic acquired resistance (SAR) of tobacco, Cucurbitaceae and other plants against plant pathogens has led to speculation that cross-resistance might also be afforded to arthropod herbivores. However, it was found that inoculation of the lower leaves of tobacco with tobacco mosaic tobamovirus (TMV) had no effect on population growth of tobacco aphids (Myzus nicotianae) reared on upper leaves, for which SAR to TMV was active.

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