Pepino mosaic virus: what do we know so far and how to proceed

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    Pepino mosaic virus is a typical example of how a ‘new’ plant virus can cause major problems worldwide in a very short period of time. After its first scientific description in 1980 it was not reported until it suddenly appeared in the beginning of 1999 in indoor tomato crops in the UK and the Netherlands. Since then it has spread very rapidly and is causing sometimes severe problems in tomato production. Reports on symptom severity and economic effects of the virus were conflicting and initially believed to be related to particular virus strains. More detailed research has now learned that there are mild and severe isolates within each PepMV strain
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2010
    EventInternational Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists - Arnhem
    Duration: 5 Sep 20107 Sep 2010

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    ConferenceInternational Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists
    CityArnhem
    Period5/09/107/09/10

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    van der Vlugt, R. A. A. (2010). Pepino mosaic virus: what do we know so far and how to proceed. Abstract from International Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists, Arnhem, .
    van der Vlugt, R.A.A. / Pepino mosaic virus: what do we know so far and how to proceed. Abstract from International Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists, Arnhem, .
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    2010. Abstract from International Advances in Plant Virology, Joint meeting of Association of Applied Biologists & Dutch Circle of Plant Virologists, Arnhem, .

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