Tobacco Streak Virus (Ilarvirus TSV ) on cultivated tobacco - type unspecified (Nicotiana tabacum ) - 5424477

Tobacco Streak Virus
Ilarvirus TSV

Host: cultivated tobacco - type unspecified (Nicotiana tabacum L.)
Descriptor: Symptoms
Description: It is characterized by striking patterns of necrotic leaf tissue usually bearing a close relation to the veins. Some leaves may be affected on one side only. Midribs have dead streaks and the small veins are darkened. Stalks can show depressed dead areas. Apparently normal-growing plants develop necrosis, puckering, and curling of the young leaves. Affected plants appear permanently injured and likely to die; this severe stage soon passes, however, and the plants resume apparently normal growth, with only the originally affected leaves being misshapen and dwarfed.
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Image location: Kentucky, United States

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Name: William C. Nesmith
Organization: University of Kentucky Research and Education Center
Country: United States

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