Ageratum conyzoides: a host to a unique begomovirus disease complex in Cameroon.

@article{Leke2012AgeratumCA,
  title={Ageratum conyzoides: a host to a unique begomovirus disease complex in Cameroon.},
  author={W. N. Leke and Judith K. Brown and Maaike E Ligthart and Naaem Sattar and D. Njualem and A. Kvarnheden},
  journal={Virus research},
  year={2012},
  volume={163 1},
  pages={
          229-37
        }
}
Ageratum conyzoides (goat weed) is a widespread uncultivated species in Cameroon that exhibits leaf curl disease (LCD) symptoms suggestive of begomovirus infection. In Asia, different begomovirus-satellite complexes have been identified in A. conyzoides. The objective of this study was to determine the identity of the suspect begomoviruses and their associated satellites in A. conyzoides in Cameroon. The results indicated that all three symptomatic A. conyzoides plants examined were infected… Expand
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