chlorotic streak

chlorotic streak

[klə′räd·ik ′strēk]
(plant pathology)
A systemic virus disease of sugarcane characterized by yellow or white streaks on the foliage.
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In banana and plantain (Musa spp.) production areas in Venezuela plants were observed with foliar symptoms of a virus-like disease characterized by chlorotic streaks which often become progressively necrotic.