Aspects of Plant Virology

It is field of plant pathology that involves in the study of viruses that infect plants an causes harmful diseases. Viruses induce a vast range of both macroscopic and microscopic symptoms in plants that they affect, which causes significant loss of crop yield. Viruses are transmitted through pollen to the seed (e.g. Barley stripe mosaic virus, genus Hordeivirus) while many that cause systemic infections accumulate in vegetatively-propagated crops. Tobacco mosaic infection (TMV) is a single stranded RNA virus that affects most of the plants, specifically the tobacco and different individuals of the family Solanaceae.

  • Plant virus
  • Sub – viral agents
  • Potato spindle tuber virus
  • Tomato infectious yellow crinivirus

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