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STUDY ON VIRUS-VECTOR RELATIONSHIP IN TYLCV OF TOMATO (Pages : 1 - 6)

M. H. RASHID, I. HOSSAIN, M.S. ALAM, M. M. ZAMAN AND A. HANNAN

The study was conducted at Horticulture Research Centre, Bangladesh Agricultural Institute (BARI), Gazipur to find out virus-vector relationship in TYLCV of tomato during 2000-2001. So far, 16 different viruses have been recorded on tomato in Bangladesh. Among these viral diseases, Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV) is considered as the most devastating one. Single whitefly has been found capable of transmitting TYLCV. The minimum acquisition feeding period, inoculation feeding period, pre-acquisition starvation period and post-acquisition starvation period required by B. tabaci to transmit the TYLCV were 30 minutes each. The young seedlings up to the age of 20 days were found to be highly vulnerable to the virus. Download


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