Begomoviruses and Their Satellites Occurring in India: Distribution, Diversity and Pathogenesis

@inproceedings{Malathi2017BegomovirusesAT,
  title={Begomoviruses and Their Satellites Occurring in India: Distribution, Diversity and Pathogenesis},
  author={V. G. Malathi and P. Renukadevi and S. Chakraborty and K. Biswas and A. Roy and P. N. Sivalingam and V. Venkataravanappa and B. Mandal},
  year={2017}
}
The begomoviruses (genus Begomovirus, family Geminiviridae) constitute the largest group of plant viruses causing devastating crop diseases in India. About 16% geminiviruses recorded worldwide occur in India. Begomovirus associated disease was recorded in India as early as 1924. During 1980s, begomovirus disease and the vector whitefly, Bemisia tabaci emerged as serious problems in many vegetable and pulse crops. The molecular characterisation studies on begomoviruses in India began during late… Expand
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