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last updated: 30 Jun 2020
Tobacco etch virus
|Species||Tobacco etch virus|
- Tobacco etch potyvirus
- Datura Z virus
- Tobacco severe etch virus
- Tomato etch virus
This virus infects many species of Solanaceae. Agriculturally important crops that it infects include several species of Capsicum (i.e. C. annuum, C. frutescens), tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum), and tobacco (Nicotiana spp.). Symptoms seen on plants infected with this virus can vary depending on the plant. However typical symptoms include vein clearing, mottling, and necrotic lines or etching. Symptoms can occur on leaves and fruit and the plants can become stunted.
- Comparative Evaluation of Disease Induced by Three Strains of Tobacco etch virus in Capsicum annuum L..pdf [ English ]
- Tobacco Etch Virus protease A shortcut across biotechnologies.pdf [ English ]
- Distribution of Fitness and Virulence Effects Caused by Single-Nucleotide Substitutions in Tobacco Etch Virus.pdf [ English ]
- Tobacco etch virus Protein P1 Traffics to the Nucleolus and Associates with the Host 60S Ribosomal Subunits during Infection.pdf [ English ]