Plant Disease (2009) 93, p. 1216 (Ling et al.)

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K.-S. Ling and W. Zhang (2009)
First report of a natural infection by Mexican papita viroid and Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid on greenhouse tomatoes in Mexico
Plant Disease 93 (11), 1216-1216
Abstract: During 2008, tomato plants (Solanum lycopersicum) grown in Mexico in a large greenhouse were observed with symptoms of general stunting, leaf chlorosis at the top of the diseased plants that later turned bronze or purple, and reduced-sized fruits. The presence of Mexican papita viroid and Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid was demonstrated in the symptomatic plants using PCR analysis and nucleotide sequencing.
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Database assignments for author(s): Kai-Shu Ling

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Tomato chlorotic dwarf viroid Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Mexico
Tomato planta macho viroid Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Mexico