Bibliography:Tomato mild mottle virus

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general biology - morphology - evolution (2)

Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2003) 110, 99-100
Tameru Alemu, J. Hamacher and H.-W. Dehne (2003)
Two solanaceous weeds are reservoirs of potyvirus infections of hot pepper in the Rift Valley of Ethiopia
1st Conf. Intern. Working Groups on Legume and Vegtable Viruses, Bonn, Germany 4-9 Aug. 2002

African Crop Science Journal (2001) 9, 517-525
Yaynu Hiskias, D.-E. Lesemann and H.J. Vetten (2001)
Biological characteristics of Tomato mild mottle virus a potyvirus isolated from tomato and thorn apple in Ethiopia

identification/taxonomy (3)

Archives of Virology (2012) 157, 353-357
Adane Abraham, Wulf Menzel, H. Josef Vetten and Stephan Winter (2012)
Analysis of the Tomato mild mottle virus genome indicates that it is the most divergent member of the genus Ipomovirus (family Potyviridae)

Virus Genes (2012) 44, 329-337
Aviv Dombrovsky, Rumakanta Sapkota, Oded Lachman and Yehezkel Antignus (2012)
Eggplant mild leaf mottle virus (EMLMV), a new putative member of the genus Ipomovirus that harbors an HC-Pro gene

Archives of Virology (2001) 146, 2435-2441
W.A. Monger, N.J. Spence and G.D. Foster (2001)
Molecular evidence that the aphid-transmitted Tomato mild mottle virus belongs to the Potyviridae family but not the Potyvirus genus

environment - cropping system/rotation (1)

Zeitschrift für Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection (2003) 110, 99-100
Tameru Alemu, J. Hamacher and H.-W. Dehne (2003)
Two solanaceous weeds are reservoirs of potyvirus infections of hot pepper in the Rift Valley of Ethiopia
1st Conf. Intern. Working Groups on Legume and Vegtable Viruses, Bonn, Germany 4-9 Aug. 2002

surveys/sampling/distribution (1)

Journal of Phytopathology - Phytopathologische Zeitschrift (1999) 147, 5-11
Y. Hiskias, D.-E. Lesemann and H.J. Vetten (1999)
Occurrence, distribution and relative importance of viruses infecting hot pepper and tomato in the major growing areas of Ethiopia

transmission/dispersal of plant diseases (1)

Plant Pathology (2013) 62, 750-759
A. Dombrovsky, R. Sapkota, O. Lachman, M. Pearlsman and Y. Antignus (2013)
A new aubergine disease caused by a whitefly-borne strain of Tomato mild mottle virus (TomMMoV)

molecular biology - genes (3)

Archives of Virology (2012) 157, 353-357
Adane Abraham, Wulf Menzel, H. Josef Vetten and Stephan Winter (2012)
Analysis of the Tomato mild mottle virus genome indicates that it is the most divergent member of the genus Ipomovirus (family Potyviridae)

Virus Genes (2012) 44, 329-337
Aviv Dombrovsky, Rumakanta Sapkota, Oded Lachman and Yehezkel Antignus (2012)
Eggplant mild leaf mottle virus (EMLMV), a new putative member of the genus Ipomovirus that harbors an HC-Pro gene

Archives of Virology (2001) 146, 2435-2441
W.A. Monger, N.J. Spence and G.D. Foster (2001)
Molecular evidence that the aphid-transmitted Tomato mild mottle virus belongs to the Potyviridae family but not the Potyvirus genus