Plant Disease (2003) 87, p. 103 (Segundo et al.)

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E. Segundo, G. Martín-Bretones, L. Ruiz, L. Velasco, D. Janssen and I.M. Cuadrado (2003)
First report of Turnip mosaic virus in Pisum sativum in Spain
Plant Disease 87 (1), 103-103
Abstract: During 2001 and 2002, Pisum sativum plants grown in southeastern Spain were observed with symptoms of vein clearing, chlorotic leaf mottle, leaf deformation, flower abortion, necrotic mottle and deformation of pods, and stunted plant growth. The presence of Turnip mosaic virus was demonstrated in the symptomatic plants using transmission to indicator plants and PCR analysis.
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Database assignments for author(s): Eduardo Segundo, Dirk Janssen, Leonardo Velasco (IFAPA)

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Turnip mosaic virus Pea (Pisum sativum) Spain (continental)