During a survey conducted in Sudan in 2012, a virus with spherical particles was isolated from a squash plant showing chlorotic leaf spots. The virus was transmitted mechanically and by two whitefly species, but not by aphids. RT-PCR with generic torradovirus primers yielded a band of expected size from total RNA of a symptomatic plant. Next-generation sequencing confirmed that this is tentatively a new torradovirus, for which we propose the name ‘squash chlorotic leaf spot virus’. Using specific RT-PCR primers, the virus was detected in cucurbit samples collected since 1992 at different locations in Sudan.
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2016
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