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Infection of Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia by tomato spotted wilt virus



Infection of Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia by tomato spotted wilt virus



Plant Molecular Biology Reporter 13(2): 110-117



Mechanical inoculation of A. thaliana plants with tomato spotted wilt tospovirus led to viral replication and spread as determined by dot blot and ELISA analysis. Severe symptoms were observed three to four weeks post-inoculation. Early symptoms were manifested as chlorotic spots on uninoculated leaves. Later in the infection process, some plants showed complete chlorosis and wilting prior to bolting. Bolts that were developed by infected plants were chlorotic and deformed.

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02668780


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