Tomato chocolate spot virus, a member of a new torradovirus species that causes a necrosis-associated disease of tomato in Guatemala

@article{Batuman2010TomatoCS,
  title={Tomato chocolate spot virus, a member of a new torradovirus species that causes a necrosis-associated disease of tomato in Guatemala},
  author={Ozgur Batuman and Y. W. Kuo and Margarita Palmieri and Mar{\'i}a R. Rojas and Robert L. Gilbertson},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2010},
  volume={155},
  pages={857 - 869}
}
Tomatoes in Guatemala have been affected by a new disease, locally known as “mancha de chocolate” (chocolate spot. [...] Key Result A virus-like agent was sap-transmitted from diseased tissue to Nicotiana benthamiana and, when graft-transmitted to tomato, this agent induced chocolate spot symptoms. This virus-like agent also was sap-transmitted to Datura stramonium and Nicotiana glutinosa, but not to a range of non-solanaceous indicator plants.Expand
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