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Characterization and Experimental Host Range of a Brazilian Tomato Isolate of Tomato severe rugose virus



Characterization and Experimental Host Range of a Brazilian Tomato Isolate of Tomato severe rugose virus



Journal of Phytopathology 159(9): 644-646



We report the complete molecular characterization of the DNA-A and DNA-B of a Brazilian tomato isolate of Tomato severe rugose virus (ToSRV) and the experimental host range of the virus determined using whitefly transmission tests. Genome analysis showed that ToSRV has a close evolutionary relationship with Tomato rugose mosaic virus. Of 33 plants species inoculated with viruliferous Bemisia tabaci biotype B, 13 species were susceptible to ToSRV, nine asymptomatically. Therefore, ToSRV disease management strategy should include the control of infected weeds close to tomato fields.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0434.2011.01817.x


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