Tobacco mosiac virus

Tobacco mosiac virus

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Caption: Tobacco mosaic virus. Leaf of a tobacco plant (Nicotiana sp.) showing damage caused by the tobacco mosaic virus (TMV). This virus takes its name from the mosaic effect of light and dark patches it causes on the leaves. It is spread by contact between infected plants, and can remain active in contaminated soil for several years. The virus is a serious pest of tobacco plants, causing a reduction in the quantity and quality of tobacco leaves. Photographed in Lafayette County, Florida, USA.

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Keywords: botany, disease, diseases, florida, leaf, mosaic virus, nature, nicotiana sp., pathogens, pathology, plant, tobacco leaf, tobacco mosaic, tobacco mosaic virus, virus

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