rugose mosaic

rugose mosaic

[′rü‚gōs mō′zā·ik]
(plant pathology)
A virus disease of potatoes marked by dwarfed, wrinkled, and mottled leaves and resulting in premature death.
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In potato it causes mosaic or rugose mosaic mild to severe mottle distortion (crinkling) of the leaves vein necrosis and necrotic spots (Kerlan 2006).
Abstract: Two types of inclusion bodies were consistently observed under light microscopy in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) leaf tissue infected with Bean rugose mosaic virus (BRMV), a species of the genus Comovirus, family Comoviridae.
Se observaron dos tipos de inclusiones vitales, mediante microscopia de luz, en hojas de plantas de frijol (Phaseolus vulgaris) previamente infectadas can el virus del mosaico rugoso del frijol ("Bean rugose mosaic virus", BRMV), especie del genero Comovirus, familia Comoviridae.
Bean rugose mosaic virus (BRMV) belongs to the genus Comovirus and to the family Comoviridae of plant viruses.
Two types of inclusion bodies were consistently observed by light microscopy in bean leaf tissue infected with Bean rugose mosaic comovirus.
Some biological and physicochemical properties of bean rugose mosaic virus.
Purification, serology, electron microscopy, and properties of the Ampollado strain of bean rugose mosaic virus.
Scientists showed that diseases such as Aucuba mosaic, calico mosaic, latent virus, leaf rolling mosaic, mild mosaic, rugose mosaic, and severe mosaic are viral in nature.