Solanum nigrum: an indigenous weed reservoir for a tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus in southern Spain

@article{Bedford1998SolanumNA,
  title={Solanum nigrum: an indigenous weed reservoir for a tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus in southern Spain},
  author={Ian D. Bedford and Andrew D. Kelly and Gina K. Banks and Rob W Briddon and Jos{\'e} L Cenis and Peter G. Markham},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1998},
  volume={104},
  pages={221-222}
}
A tomato yellow leaf curl geminivirus (TYLCV-AL), was first identified in tomato plants in Almeria, southern Spain in 1992. This virus is transmitted by the tobacco whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius), and is presently infecting tomato crops throughout the south eastern region of Spain. Solanum nigrum, collected from a field in south east Spain and exhibiting leaf curl symptoms, was squash blotted onto nylon membrane and gave a positive signal when hybridised to a TYLCV-Is DNA probe… CONTINUE READING

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