Viral Interactions Lead to Decline of Blackberry Plants.

@article{Susaimuthu2008ViralIL,
  title={Viral Interactions Lead to Decline of Blackberry Plants.},
  author={James Susaimuthu and Ioannis E. Tzanetakis and Rose C. Gergerich and Kyung Soo Kim and Robert R Martin},
  journal={Plant disease},
  year={2008},
  volume={92 9},
  pages={
          1288-1292
        }
}
Blackberry yellow vein disease (BYVD) poses a new threat to the blackberry industry in the United States. Blackberry yellow vein associated virus (BYVaV) was originally thought to be the sole cause of this disease. However, BYVaV has been found in several asymptomatic blackberry cultivars. An unusual member of the family Potyviridae was identified recently from symptomatic plants and named Blackberry virus Y (BVY). BVY has been shown to spread in the field and cause BYVD when co-infected with… Expand
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