Plant Disease (2011) 95, p. 1035 (Ling et al.)

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K.-S. Ling and W. Zhang (2011)
First report of Pepino mosaic virus infecting tomato in Mexico
Plant Disease 95 (8), 1035-1035
Abstract: During 2010, greenhouse tomatoes (Solanum lycopersicum) grown in Mexico were observed with symptoms of chlorotic mosaic or chlorotic leaf patches, necrotic stems, and fruit deformation or marbling. Approximately 50% of the plants in one greenhouse showed symptoms. The presence of Pepino mosaic virus was demonstrated in the symptomatic plants using specific antisera, PCR analysis and nucleotide sequencing.
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Pepino mosaic virus Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum) Mexico