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Characteristics of tobacco mosaic virus isolated from wasabi (Eutrema wasabi) in Korea


Characteristics of tobacco mosaic virus isolated from wasabi (Eutrema wasabi) in Korea



Plant Pathology Journal 15(4): 247-250



ISSN/ISBN: 1598-2254

E. wasabi plants showing mosaic symptoms were collected in Chonbuk-Muju, Korea Republic and tested for the presence of viruses. Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) was identified as the casual agent by electron microscopy in combination with nucleic acid and coat protein analyses. TMV strains were determined by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA). The TMV isolates collected were identified as W and C strains.

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