An annotated list of ornamentals naturally found infected by Brevipalpus mite-transmitted viruses

@inproceedings{Kitajima2010AnAL,
  title={An annotated list of ornamentals naturally found infected by Brevipalpus mite-transmitted viruses},
  author={Elliot W Kitajima and Jos{\'e} Carlos Verle Rodrigues and Juliana Freitas-Ast{\'u}a},
  year={2010}
}
The first cases of ornamental plants found infected by Brevipalpus transmitted viruses (BTV) were described in the 1990’s from the region of Piracicaba, State of São Paulo, Brazil; subsequent cases were from other regions in the country and other American countries. Currently, 37 ornamental plant species (for the sake of simplicity, orchids being considered as a single species), belonging to 18 families of dicotyledons, have been reported hosting BTV. Because of the non systemic type of… CONTINUE READING
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