Mosaic virus (general)
Diseases caused by mosaic viruses are characterized by leaves mottled with a mosaic of yellow, white, and green spots. They include for example Cucumber mosaic virus and Tobacco mosaic virus.
Signs of damage:
Mosaic symptoms are variable but commonly include irregular leaf mottling (light and dark green or yellow patches or streaks). Leaves are commonly stunted, curled, or puckered; veins may be lighter than normal or banded with dark green or yellow.
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