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Title: Virus in the Nothern Potato-Producing Region of Saudi Arabia
Authors: Al-Shahwan, I.M
M. A. Al-Saleh
Issue Date: 1996
Abstract: Agar double diffusion tests and, later, ELISAs were used to detect viruses associated with potato in 242 samples collected in 16 trips to Tabuk and Hail, northern regions of Saudi Arabia, in four consecutive growing seasons ( autumn 1989, spring and autumn 1990 and spring 1991 ). Eleven different viruses were detected in Tabuk and 12 in Hail . The viruses detected in Tabuk were alfalfa mosaic ( AMV ), cucumber mosaic ( CMV ), tobacco mosaic ( TMV ), potato leaf roll ( PLRV ), tomato spotted wilt ( TSWV ), tobacco ringspot ( TRSV ) and potato A, M, S, X and Y. The same viruses, plus potato yellow dwarf ( PYDV ), were detected in Hail. AMV was most frequently and CMV least frequently detected in Tabuk, whereas in Hail the most and least common were PVA and PLRV respectively.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/9628
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