Association of Cotton leaf curl Multan virus and its associated betasatellite with leaf curl disease of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis in India

@article{Srivastava2016AssociationOC,
  title={Association of Cotton leaf curl Multan virus and its associated betasatellite with leaf curl disease of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis in India},
  author={Ashish Srivastava and Susheel Kumar and Meraj Jaidi and Sri Krishna Raj},
  journal={New Disease Reports},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={4-4}
}
Hibiscus ( Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ) is a perennial ornamental plant grown for its attractive flowers. In September 2011, symptoms of severe leaf curling, vein thickening and enation were observed on 31% (13/42) hibiscus plants (Fig. 1) grown … 

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Association of Cotton leaf curl Multan virus and its associated betasatellite with leaf curl disease of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis in India
TLDR
Hibiscus ( Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ) is a perennial ornamental plant grown for its attractive flowers and symptoms of severe leaf curling, vein thickening and enation were observed in September 2011.