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Title First report of European mountain ash ringspot-associated emaravirus in Sorbus aucuparia in Poland.

Authors Druciarek, T.; Lewandowski, M.; Tzanetakis, I. E.

Author Affiliation University of Arkansas, Plant Pathology, Fayetteville, AR 72701, USA.

Author Email itzaneta@uark.edu

Journal Plant Disease 2019 Vol 103 No. 1 pp. 166

ISSN 0191-2917


Abstract

European mountain ash ringspot-associated emaravirus (EMARaV) is a species of the genus Emaravirus (family Fimoviridae) and causes chlorotic ringspots and mottling on Sorbus aucuparia (rowan). Symptoms similar to those associated with the disease were observed on S. aucuparia in the Tatra Mountains of Southern Poland. In June 2016 and 2017, samples were collected from both symptomatic and symptomless S. aucuparia (seven and three samples, respectively). Based on the results of polymerase chain reaction assay, the causal agent was identified as EMARaV. This is thought to be the first report of EMARaV in S. aucuparia in Poland.
Publication type
Journal article

Publisher
American Phytopathological Society (APS Press)

Year of publication
2019

Location of publication
St. Paul

Country of publication
USA

Language of publication
English

Language of summary
English

Geographical location
Poland

Record number
20193045855

Organism descriptor
Emaravirus
European mountain ash ringspot-associated virus
Sorbus aucuparia
viruses


Descriptor
geographical distribution
new geographic records
pathogens
plant diseases
plant pathogens
plant viruses
polymerase chain reaction
symptoms


Identifier
European mountain-ash
PCR
phytopathogens
viruses of plants


Broad Term
ssRNA Viruses
RNA Viruses
viruses
Emaravirus
Central Europe
Europe
Developed Countries
European Union Countries
OECD Countries
Sorbus
Rosaceae
Rosales
eudicots
angiosperms
Spermatophyta
plants
eukaryotes