Lamium amplexicaule ( Lamiaceae ): a weed reservoir for tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in Korea

Lamium amplexicaule ( Lamiaceae ): a weed reservoir for tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in... After the first identification of tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in the southern part of Korea in 2008, TYLCV has rapidly spread to tomato farms in most regions of Korea. From 2008 to 2010, a survey of natural weed hosts that could be reservoirs of TYLCV was performed in major tomato production areas of Korea. About 530 samples were collected and identified as belonging to 25 species from 11 families. PCR and Southern hybridization were used to detect TYLCV in samples, and replicating forms of TYLCV DNA were detected in three species ( Achyranthes bidentata , Lamium amplexicaule , and Veronica persica ) by Southern hybridization. TYLCV transmission mediated by Bemisia tabaci from TYLCV-infected tomato plants to L. amplexicaule was confirmed, and TYLCV-infected L . amplexicaule showed symptoms such as yellowing, stunting, and leaf curling. TYLCV from infected L. amplexicaule was also transmitted to healthy tomato and L. amplexicaule plants by B. tabaci. The rate of infection of L . amplexicaule by TYLCV was similar to that of tomato. This report is the first to show that L . amplexicaule is a reservoir weed host for TYLCV. Archives of Virology Springer Journals

Lamium amplexicaule ( Lamiaceae ): a weed reservoir for tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV) in Korea

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