potato virus Y


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potato virus Y

[pə¦tā·dō ‚vī·rəs ′wī]
(virology)
A species in the genus Potyvirus that is a common pathogen of potato plants. Symptoms of infection can include shortening of the stem internodes, spotting and severe malformation of the upper leaves, defoliation, and early plant death. Abbreviated PVY.
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Distribucion territorial de los afidos vectores de Potato virus Y (PVY) y Potato leaf roll virus (PLRV) en la Argentina En XXIV Congreso de la Asociacion Latinoamericana de la Papa (ALAP), Cusco, Peru.
Characterization of Potato virus Y isolates from tomato crops in northeast Spain.
Potato virus Y mRNA expression knockdown mediated by siRNAs in cultured mammalian cell line.
Potato tubers of the susceptible cultivar Desiree infected with potato virus Y (PVY) as proved by Enzyme Linked Immunosorbent assay (ELISA) were collected for the field experiment.
Potato virus Y group C isolates are a homogeneous pathotype but two different genetic strains, Journal of General Virology.
Earlier this year, Navarre's team began greenhouse experiments to monitor the effectiveness of salicylic acid and other activators in helping potato plants resist viruses, including potato virus Y.
Virus detectados en Costa Rica: sintomatologia, morfologia, transmision e importancia de Potato Virus Y, A, S, V, M, T y X, asi como de Potato Leaf Roll-, Mop-Top, Andean Mottle, Aucuba Mosaic-, Alfalfa Mosaic- y Tobacco Ringspot Virus, y de Potato Spindle Tuber Viroid.
Among these pathogens potato virus Y potyvirus is one of the most common pathogens of potato.
Potato virus Y (PVY) occupied fifth position among the economically damaging plant viruses in the world and its increasing incidence achieved an evolving concern for potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) crop of Pakistan.
Guerrero y Martinez (1980) reportaron perdidas del orden del 61% en el rendimiento de la variedad Purace en Colombia, como resultado de la infeccion conjunta de Potato virus X (PVX), Potato virus Y (PVY) y Potato leafroll virus (PLRV).