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Research Project: Mitigating High Consequence Domestic, Exotic, and Emerging Diseases of Fruits, Vegetables, and Ornamentals

Location: Subtropical Plant Pathology Research

Title: Complete genome segment sequences of Tomato chlorotic spot virus from peanut in Haiti

Author
item Adegbola, Raphael - Washington State University
item Kemerait, Robert - University Of Georgia
item Adkins, Scott
item Naidu, Rayapati - Washington State University

Submitted to: Microbiology Resource Announcements
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: 4/9/2019
Publication Date: 5/2/2019
Citation: Adegbola, R.0., Kemerait, R.C., Adkins, S.T., Naidu, R.A. 2019. Complete genome segment sequences of Tomato chlorotic spot virus from peanut in Haiti. Microbiology Resource Announcements. 8:e00306-19. https://doi.org/10.1128/MRA.00306-19.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1128/MRA.00306-19

Interpretive Summary: This is the first report of a complete Tomato chlorotic spot virus genome from peanut in Haiti. A description of the symptoms and losses caused by this virus are included. This report provides a sequence data that will be useful for diagnostic method development for this emerging virus by regulatory and research scientists.

Technical Abstract: Tomato chlorotic spot virus is emerging as a significant constraint to vegetable and legume crop production in the southeastern U.S. and Caribbean basin. Diagnosis can be confused by the presence of related tospovirus species. The complete genome of a naturally occurring peanut isolate of tomato chlorotic spot virus in Haiti was determined. This will help build epidemiological knowledge of this virus and permit refined diagnostic development.