Research in Plant Disease 2005;11(2):213-216.
Published online December 30, 2005.
채소류의 토마토 반점 위조 바이러스 발생과 병징(1)
조점덕, 김정수, 김진영, 김재현, 이신호, 최국선, 김현란, 정봉남
Occurrence and Symptoms of Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus on Vegetables in Korea (1)
Jeom Deog Cho, Jeong Soo Kim, Jin Young Kim, Jae Hyun Kim, Sin Ho Lee, Gug Seoun Choi, Hyun Ran Kim, Bong Nam Chung
Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) occurred abruptly with a high incidence rate in 14 vegetable crops in Anyang area, Gyunggido in 2004. TSWV was identified by the symptoms on the indicator plants, immunocapturedreverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (IC/RT-PCR), virion captured (VC)/RT-PCR and RT-PCR using total RNA from the infected plants. Vegetable crops infected with TSWV included table tomato, cherry tomato, red pepper, lettuce, chicory, red leaf chicory, red mustard, dragon tongue, treviso, potato, perilla, sesame, pumpkin, and ssamchoo (hybrid of oriental cabbage and cabbage). The incidence of TSWV in fields ranged from 30 to 100%. TSWV usually produced necrosis, wilt and/or severe mosaic with typical single or double ring spots on the leaves. TSWV could be detected in Frankliniella occidentalis collected from the crops in the fields with 90% rate by IC/RT-PCR.
Key Words: Ring spot, Tomato spotted wilt virus, TSWV, Vegetable crop

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