Tomato bushy stunt virus
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Tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV)
The host plants of this virus include solanaceous and various other types of crops. Infected plants are stunted and bushy. They have small leaves that are cupped, curled downwards or are chlorotic and twisted. The yield is reduced and remaining fruits are small with chlorotic rings and blotches.