Tobacco rattle virus
The Tobacco rattle virus causes a disease called tobacco rattle in many plants, such as potatoes and ornamentals. The symptoms include curved leaves, mottling, brown necrotic rings and arcs, yellow spots or streaks, or leaves with notches.
Signs of damage:
Symptoms of Tobacco Rattle Virus vary based on the plant host, which differs widely in this disease. Common symptoms include mottling, cholortic or necrotic local lesion, ringspots or line patterns, and systemic necrosis.
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