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Effect of single and mixed infection with chlorotic mottle and leaf curl viruses on growth and chemical constituents of bidi tobacco



Effect of single and mixed infection with chlorotic mottle and leaf curl viruses on growth and chemical constituents of bidi tobacco



Tobacco Research 18(1/2): 13-17



Single infection of bidi tobacco plants (variety GT 5) with chlorotic mottle virus or tobacco leaf curl virus (TLCV) considerably reduced leaf number, plant height, leaf length and width, green and cured leaf weight, fresh and dry root weight and green and dry leaf thickness. Mixed infection with the 2 viruses exhibited severe impact on all growth parameters as compared to single infections. Virus treatments in general reduced nicotine and protein nitrogen but increased reducing sugar content.

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