Tomato chlorotic spot virus

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symptoms of tomato plants and fruit infected with the Tomato chlorotic spot tospovirus
Author(s): Aurora Londoño, Heather Capobianco, Shouan Zhang and Jane E. Polston (click to enlarge)
Author(s): Aurora Londoño, Heather Capobianco, Shouan Zhang and Jane E. Polston
Source: Tropical Plant Pathology, 2012, vol. 37, p. 334

Tomato chlorotic spot tospovirus (TCSV)

The virus is found in the Americas where it infects mainly solanaceous plants. The leaves of infected plants show chlorotic spots, ringspots or necrosis. Fruits are deformed and also have chlorotic spots. The virus can be transmitted by thrips.