Capsicum chlorosis virus infecting Capsicum annuumin the East Kimberley region of Western Australia
Jones, R.A.C. and Sharman, M. (2005) Capsicum chlorosis virus infecting Capsicum annuumin the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. Australasian Plant Pathology, 34 (3). pp. 397-399.
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Capsicum chlorosis virus (CaCV) was detected in field grown Capsicum annuum from Kununurra in northeast Western Australia. Identification of the Kununurra isolate (WA-99) was confirmed using sap transmission to indicator hosts, positive reactions with tospovirus serogroup IV-specific antibodies and CaCV-specific primers, and amino acid sequence comparisons that showed >97% identity with published CaCV nucleocapsid gene sequences. The reactions of indicator hosts to infection with WA-99 often differed from those of the type isolate from Queensland. The virus multiplied best when test plants were grown at warm temperatures. CaCV was not detected in samples collected in a survey of C. annuum crops planted in the Perth Metropolitan area.
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