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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.
The western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), is a polyphagous and globally distributed thrips species that has caused significant damage to crops by feeding and oviposition, as well as by vectoring plant viruses (such as tomato spotted wilt virus, etc.
RESEARCHERS AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY HAVE DEVELOPED A "DUAL RESISTANT" TOMATO that can deter thrips insects and the tomato spotted wilt virus that they carry.
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.
During the past two decades, tomato spotted wilt virus has been spread around the world by tiny insects called western flower thrips, causing millions in losses to a variety of vegetable, ornamental and agronomic crops," says Joe Funderburk, a professor of entomology with the UF's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
Among the silent problems that have enormous effects on human society each year are crop infections by geminiviruses and tomato spotted wilt virus (6).
Horticulturists and plant pathologists from the University of Arkansas and North Carolina State University are studying the South American tomato because it possesses a gene that makes the plants resistant to the tomato spotted wilt virus.
She plans to take one of these RNA strands from the tomato spotted wilt virus, make a complementary DNA, then reverse the direction of a portion of that DNA sequence.
The buxom hybrid is naturally resistant to the dreaded Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus (TSWV) and is a prolific producer of large fruit.
Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) is the dominant species of the genus Tospovirus in Yunnan province, and this species has been causing substantial yield losses in vegetable, tobacco and other cash crops in recent years.