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Tobamoviruses on Capsicum annuum in Taiwan



Tobamoviruses on Capsicum annuum in Taiwan



Plant Disease 75(11): 1186



Leaf samples collected throughout Taiwan from hot and sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum) showing symptoms typical of virus infection were inoculated to Nicotiana glutinosa. After 4 single local lesion transfers, the virus isolates were maintained in Samsun N. tabacum; particles typically shaped like tobamoviruses were detected by EM. Twenty isolates were further characterized by inoculation of a set of differential hosts.

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