Biological and molecular variability of the begomoviruses associated with leaf curl disease of Kenaf in India.

@inproceedings{Paul2009BiologicalAM,
  title={Biological and molecular variability of the begomoviruses associated with leaf curl disease of Kenaf in India.},
  author={Sujay Paul and Raju Ghosh and Sujata De Chaudhuri and Satyabrata Ghosh and Anirban Roy},
  year={2009}
}
Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus L.) is a malvaceous bast fibre crop and the most promising source of “tree-free” newsprint in the world. For the last few years a begomovirus associated leaf curl disease of kenaf, characterized by upward leaf curling and stunted growth, has been observed at different locations in India. In this study biological and molecular analyses of kenaf leaf curl disease-associated begomovirus isolates collected from three different locations were carried out. Whitefly… CONTINUE READING

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