cucumber mosaic


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cucumber mosaic

[′kyü·kəm·bər mō′zā·ik]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of cucumbers and related fruits, producing mottling of terminal leaves and fruits and dwarfing of vines.
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The team found that cucumber mosaic virus changes plants' chemicals by disrupting the plants' natural defenses against disease.
The genus Cucumovirus is the major virus group infecting cucurbits, of which Cucumber Mosaic virus (CMV) is one of the most wide spread virus in the World infecting over 1000 plant species belonging to more than 85 families (Rossinck, 2002) causing yield losses as high as 40-60% (Varma and Giri, 1998).
Cucumber mosaic cucumovirus (CMV) is destructive pathogen with widest host range infecting more than 100 botanical families comprising more than 500 genera and 1300 plant species.
Efficiency of various insects as vectors of cucumber mosaic and watermelon mosaic viruses in cantaloupes.
Induced systemic resistance in cucumber and tomato against cucumber mosaic cucumovirus using plant growth promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR).
Present study revealed that finding resistant varieties is the only way to economically management of cucumber mosaic viral disease.
The main production problems encountered for melon in Costa Rica are virus infections, caused by Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV), Watermelon Mosaic Virus (WMV), Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus (ZYMV) and Papaya Ringspot Virus (PRSV); and the melon aphid (Aphis gossypii); which is considered as the most important vector in the spread of cucurbit viruses in Costa Rica (Rivera et al.
Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) causing mosaic and chlorosis of banana in Marthwada region was characterized on the basis of biological, serological and RT-PCR amplification of Coat protein.
In other countries, natural occurrences of viruses infecting cultivated sunflowers has been reported including Cucumber mosaic virus (Japan and India), an unknown virus causing yellow blotch and leaf crinkle in Kenya, Tobacco streak virus (Netherlands and India), Potato virus Y (Czechoslovakia), an unidentified virus causing mosaic in India, Tomato spotted wilt virus in Ukraine and an undescribed tospovirus in India (Bhat et al.
These include cucumber mosaic (CMV), symptomless virus disease, and tulip breaking virus (TBV).
ATHE blotches are symptoms of cucumber mosaic virus, a serious disease spread by sap-feeding pests such as aphids.
The worst problems you get with dahlias are cucumber mosaic and tomato wilt, causing problems with the leaves and stunted growth.