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Identificación del virus del mosaico del maíz, un rhabdovirus, en Costa Rica
Maize mosaic virus (MMV), a rhabdovirus, was identified associated to maize field plants, showing stunting and continuous chlorotic stripes uniformely distributed over the leaf blade.The virus was detected in field samples ...
Detección de crinivirus y begomovirus en plántulas de tomate y arvenses asociadas a semilleros
Crinivirus and begomovirus detection in tomato plantlets and weeds associated to nurseries
El objetivo de este trabajo fue detectar infecciones causadas por el Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) y begomovirus en plántulas de tomate, y en las arvenses de los alrededores de los invernaderos. En el período de un año, a ...
Chayote mosaic, a new disease in Sechium edule caused by a tymovirus
A sap-transmissible virus was isolated from chayote (Sechium edule) in Costa Rica. Infected plants showed chlorotic spots and rings, and blotchy mosaics, which often coalesced to give a complete mosaic and leaf deformation. ...
Occurrence of Squash yellow mild mottle virus and Pepper golden mosaic virus in Potential New Hosts in Costa Rica
Leaf samples of Solanum lycopersicum, Capsicum annuum, Cucurbita moschata, Cucurbita pepo, Sechium edule and Erythrina spp. were collected. All samples were positive for begomoviruses using polymerase chain reaction and ...
Detección del viroide de la exocortis en plantaciones comerciales, utilizando la selección 861-S1 del cidro Etrog (Citrus medica L.)
Detection of CEVd in an orange grove using the Arizona 861-S1 selection of the ‘Etrog’ citron
La prueba de infectividad empleada tradicionalmente para el viroide de la exocortis consiste en injertar yemas de los árboles por evaluar en clones sensibles, como el cidro Arizona 861-S1, el cual ha sido previamente ...
First Report of Citrus variegation virus in Palestine Sweet Lime, as Coffee Shade in Costa Rica
Symptoms resembling those of Citrus variegation virus (CVV) were observed in old Palestine sweet lime trees (Citrus limettioides Tan.) used as coffee shade in the Central Valley in Costa Rica. The symptoms include leaf ...
First report of Iris yellow spot virus in Costa Rica
Iris yellow spot virus (IYSV), an emerging disease of onion crops, was identified by transmission electron microscopy, enzyme linked immunosorbent assay, and reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction in Costa Rica. ...
First report of Xylella fastidiosa infecting coffee in Costa Rica
In 1995, severe symptoms were observed on ‘Caturra’ and ‘Catuaí’ coffee (Coffea arabica L.) varieties in farms in the southern part of the Central Valley in Costa Rica. Symptoms were reduced leaf size, malformation of ...
First Report of an Aster Yellows Subgroup 16SrI-B Phytoplasma Infecting Chayote in Costa Rica
An outbreak of a witches' broom disease affected approximately 20% of plants in several chayote (Sechium edule (Jacq.) Schwartz) fields in the commercial production area of the Ujarrás Valley, Cartago Province, Costa Rica ...
First report of Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (ScYLV) in Costa Rica
In Costa Rica, sugarcane plants with symptoms similar to those described for yellow leaf syndrome (YLS) (1,2) were first observed in 1994 in research plots of imported material in the midland areas of San Carlos and ...