spotted wilt

spotted wilt

[′späd·əd ′wilt]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of various crop and wild plants, especially tomato, characterized by bronzing and downward curling of the leaves.
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Solanum dulcamara is a confirmed host for Tomato spotted wilt virus (Parrella et al.
Good hybrid pick: Released by North Carolina State University in 2010, 'Plum Regal' (V, FF, TSW, EB, LB; pictured on Page 36) is a firm, heavy-bearing paste tomato with resistance to late blight and tomato spotted wilt virus, an increasingly common disease in warm summer climates.
Tomato spotted wilt virus in papaya and detection of the virus by ELISA.
Recent examples with added disease resistances are Nun 6404 (introduced in 2012) and Nun 6407 (2013), both of which are resistant to Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus.
Thrips transmit such diseases as the tomato spotted wilt virus, causing millions of dollars in damage to U.
RESEARCHERS AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY HAVE DEVELOPED A "DUAL RESISTANT" TOMATO that can deter thrips insects and the tomato spotted wilt virus that they carry.
En Bolivia, como lo indica una reciente investigacion (Plata 2011) el Tomato spotted wilt virus --TSWV, el Tomato cholorotic spot virus--TCSV y el Groundnut rigspod virus--GRSV son los mas importantes virus causantes del Tospovirus (virus del bronceado o peste negra), y confirma lo ya indicado por Abad (2005).
Resistant, Verticillium wilt (race 1), Fusarium wilt (race 1, 2 and 3), root-knot nematode, gray leaf spot and Tomato spotted wilt.
Tomato spotted wilt virus reported on Gerbera hybrida in Serbia.
During the early 1990s, he collaborated with Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture scientists to tackle an emerging tomato spotted wilt virus epidemic in vegetable and ornamental greenhouses.
Payton, who assisted with the rice and alfalfa studies, have also studied tomato spotted wilt virus.
AT 3081R is a midmaturity (135 d in south Georgia) runner-type peanut and was selected for superior yield and tolerance to Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV).