High resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus-China strain (ZYMV-CH) and moderate resistance to watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) were found in a selection of PI 595203 (Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus), an Egusi type originally collected in Nigeria. Mixed inoculations showed primarily that these two viruses have no cross-protection Numerous viruses (watermelon mosaic virus, cucumber green mottle virus,42 telfairia mosaic virus, 62 alfalfa mosaic virus 57,64 and zucchini yellow mosaic virus70) are destructive to watermelon crops. Watermelon mosaic virus is a non-persistent virus which is transmitted mechanically; Myzus persicae, Aphsi fabae and A. gossypii are its vectors WATERMELON MOSAIC VIRUS (WMV) Watermelon mosaic virus is primarily a problem in the southern and western states. Synonyms of WMVinclude cantaloupe and melon mosaic and yellow watermelon mosaic. There are at least two strains of Figure 4. Severe malformation of two pumpkin leavescaused by watermelon mosaic virus (WMV-1) Mosaic and rugosity of foliage and color breaking on fruit of straightneck yellow squash caused by Watermelon Mosaic Potyvirus (formerly WMV-2). Note mosaic on foliage but absence of color breaking on fruit infected with Watermelon Mosaic Potyvirus (formerly WMV-2) Symptoms first appear as pale green to yellow blotches on leaves that develop into spots that are circular to irregular in shape and dark brown to black in color (Figure 5). Affected leaves curl inward, quickly die and remain attached to upright petioles (Figure 6). Severely infected foliage appears scorched
According to Florida State's Department of Plant Pathology and Agronomy, watermelon mosaic virus is a potyvirus whose particles are 760 nm long flexuous rods which has a single strand of RNA. This particular genome structure closely relates WMV to other crop viruses such as Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) and Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) Watermelon leaf mosaic disease stems from Potyviris, a common virus in cucurbits. The disease symptoms are different among the squash, melons, gourds, and even wild cucurbits that it infects. Peas and alfalfa are also affected. Mosaic virus of watermelon shows up on the leaves initially but persists to spread to the stems and fruit Mosaic Virus affects many commonly consumed melons and fruits such as squash, zucchini, watermelon, and pumpkin. Although it wouldn't make you sick, you should try to limit the consumption of foods infected with this virus. Eating a squash that has a Mosaic Virus will spread infection through seeds. How do you treat tomato Mosaic virus
» Cucumber mosaic, papaya ringspot, watermelon mosaic, and zucchini yellow mosaic are important viral diseases of cucumbers. » Symptoms of these mosaic diseases are similar and difficult to distinguish from each other. » Host resistance and preventing the spread of viruses is the key to managing these diseases There are several different viruses including Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV), Squash Mosaic Virus (SqMV), Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus (ZYMV), Watermelon Mosaic Virus 2 (WMV-2) and Watermelon Mosaic Virus 1 (WMV-1), also known as Papaya Ringspot Virus (PRSV) However, the majority of the small RNAs were from Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV), Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV), and Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV). Mixed infections of these three viruses were diagnosed in leaf samples from diseased plants and confirmed by reverse transcription PCR (RT-PCR) using primers specific to these three viruses The 3'-terminal genomic regions of an isolate of watermelon mosaic virus II (WMVII) and a Florida isolate of zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV-F) have been cloned. The nucleotide sequence of the WMVII cDNA clone shows the presence of the large nuclear inclusion protein gene, the coat protein gene a
Watermelon mosaic virus can also be transmitted by physical interactions of a person or tool, but the primary means is through Aphids. Aphids - yellow Aphids pick up the plant virus and can transmit it to other hosts for up to a few hours after contact . Modena: Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus; Noche F1: Watermelon Mosaic Virus (Strain 2), Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus; Obsidian F1: Powdery Mildew, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus; Partenon: Disease resistance not specifie The most important viruses are cucumber mosaic (CMV), squash mosaic (SqMV), watermelon mosaic I (WMV-1), watermelon mosaic 2 (WMV-2), and zucchini yellow mosaic (ZYMV). With the exception of SqMV, which is seedborne in melon and transmitted by beetles, the other major viruses are transmitted by several aphid species in a nonpersistent manner
Watermelon mosaic virus-2, zucchini yellow mosaic virus and cucumber mosaic virus isolated from cucurbitaceous plants in Hokkaido. Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido National Agricultural Experiment Station, No. 148:65-7 Requirements Watermelon is a warm-season crop, requiring lots of sun and good drainage to develop optimally and growing best at temperatures between 18 and 28°C (65-82°F). Watermelon will yield best if grown in a light, well-draining soil, rich in organic matter and with a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. Watermelon should be planted in full sun and heavy feeders The incidence of watermelon mosaic virus 2 (WMV-2) and its effect on vegetative growth and chemical composition of squash plants. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor, 28(4):2167-2186. Abu-Samah N, 1985. Relationship between watermelon mosaic virus (WMV-1) and watermelon mosaic virus 2 (WMV-2) on the basis of nucleotide sequence homology
In every case the GM and non GM versions have no observable differences under normal circumstances. When the susceptible, non-GM squash plants are infected with one of the viruses (cucumber mosaic virus, zucchini yellow mosaic virus or watermelon mosaic virus), they quickly become very sick, and often die, but the GM virus-resistant versions. The complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of soybean yellow mottle mosaic virus severe strain causing bright yellow mosaic, mottling and puckering symptoms in soybean (Glycine max) from India was determined. The monopartite single stranded genomic RNA is 3974 nuclotides long and has the potential to encode six viral proteins viz., p25, p83, p8, p10, p39 and p25. The SYMMV-Sb. . PRSV-W and ZYMV are commonly found in the southern part of the state and WMV is found from Central Florida northward. Both yield and fruit quality can be significantly reduced by these viruses. Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), another.
The virus was mechanically transmitted from a representative ELISA-positive watermelon sample (550-11) to five plants of C. pepo 'Ezra F1' and severe mosaic was noticed 10 days after inoculation. For further confirmation of ZYMV infection, total RNA from a naturally infected watermelon plant and symptomatic C. pepo 'Ezra F1' plants were. Moreover, infections often occurs in mixed infections with other viruses such as Cucumber mosaic virus and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus, which may mask or modify the symptoms. On the whole they are characterized by a systemic mosaic or mottled pattern on leaves, the presence of warts on tissues and different degree of leaf distortion EPA is proposing to revoke the tolerance exemptions in 40 CFR 180.1132 for watermelon mosaic virus-2 coat protein, and zucchini yellow mosaic virus coat protein and specific portions of the viral genetic material when used as plant-incorporated protectants in squash because the tolerance exemptions are duplicated in the more recent, broader 40.
(Watermelon mosaic virus), and zucchini yellow mosaic (Zucchini yellow mosaic virus). Depends on the time of infection, viral diseases could cause up to 100% yield losses in cucurbit fields in Illinois. Statewide surveys and laboratory and greenhouse tests conducted during 2004-2006 showed that Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) was the most. Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) is an aphid-borne virus that causes yield losses and fruit quality defects in cucurbit crops. ZYMV infects all cultivated cucurbit types including cucumber, pumpkin, rockmelon, squash, watermelon and zucchini. It does not infect other horticultural crops. ZYMV infection is widespread in the cucurbit growing areas of Western Australia (including Carnarvon.
Sensitive detection of watermelon mosaic and zucchini yellow mosaic viruses from infected squash plants using serological methods and polymerase chain reaction. Egy J Experimental Biol (Bot.). 2011; 7: 179 - 185. Provvidenti R, Robinson RW. Lack of seed transmission in squash and melon plants infected with zucchini yellow mosaic virus There are several common viruses that can affect cucurbits, including Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) and Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV). Infected plants may be stunted or have leaves that are mottled, crinkled, or a light green color. Fruits may be irregular in shape, mottled, or warty. Various insects transmit these viruses
Zucchini Yellow Mosaic is caused by the zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV). It is known to infect pumpkin, squash, summer squash, melon, watermelon, other cucurbits, and possibly many other plants. It was first recognized in 1981, and is found in 22 countries on 5 continents. This is a relatively new virus and very little is known about it Abstract. High resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus-China strain (ZYMV-CH) and moderate resistance to watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) were found in a selection of PI 595203 (Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus), an Egusi type originally collected in Nigeria.Mixed inoculations showed primarily that these two viruses have no cross-protection Technical Abstract: Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) is an economically important virus infecting cucurbits worldwide. Genetic sources of resistance to ZYMV have been identified in wild watermelon germplasm where a single recessive gene (zym) confers ZYMV resistance. Marker-assisted selection (MAS) would greatly facilitate the breeding process yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) and watermelon mosaic virus (WMV, formerly watermelon mosaic virus-2) are the most common virus diseases of watermelon in China (Gu 2001). The U.S. Department of Agriculture watermelon germplasm collection has been screened for resistance to several virus diseases.Boyhanetal.(1992)andLecoqetal.(1998)identiﬁe
Watermelon mosaic virus or Squash mosaic virus. ZYMV identification in symptomatic samples is by ELISA using specific antibodies. Management: Strategies to reduce the spread of ZYMV include removal and destruction of old cucurbit crops, any wild or volunteer cucurbit plants, and roguing out any cucurbit plants showing virus Eight samples were infected with Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV), seven with Watermelon mosaic virus-2 (WMV-2), five with Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), and two with Squash mosaic virus (SqMV). Some aphid species were observed on inspected plants but we did not carried out a search for vectors. SqMV isolates, Tas-1 and Tas-5, were also. Aphid tramsitted Mosaic Viruses (Papaya ringspot virus type W, Watermelon mosaic virus 2, Zucchini yellow mosaic virus) Symptoms: The most common symptom is mottling of the leaf (alternate light and dark green areas). However, one of more of the following symptoms may also be associated with mosaic: stunted growth, abnormal leaf shapes. Causal Agents: (viruses ‑ Watermelon Mosaic Virus, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus, Cucumber Mosaic Virus) Leaves of infected plants have a mosaic pattern (Image 1), i.e., areas of light and dark coloration. This mosaic may be in association with raised areas on leaves (Image 2)
Leaf symptoms of virus disease on pumpkin. Photo by Josh Freeman. There are three common viruses that are problematic for cucurbits in the panhandle, Papaya Ringspot Virus, Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus, and Watermelon Mosaic Virus 2. These viruses are all in the same family, Potyviridae, and are referred to as potyviruses Zucchini yellow mosaic (202) - Worldwide distribution. On zucchini and other cucurbits, including melon, pumpkin, watermelon, as well as species of Luffa and Momordica. Important diseases. Four viruses infect zucchini and others in the cucumber family, causing misshapen fruit and leaves. All are spread by aphids (green flies). After a short feed the aphids can infect healthy plants The other strain is Papaya ringspot virus-P, which infects papaya and cucurbits (see Fact Sheet no. 194). Papaya ringspot virus-W does not infect papaya. Note, a third virus, Watermelon mosaic virus, also infects watermelon and other cucurbits; this virus causes light and dark mottling on the leaves and a slight roughening of the skin of the fruit A melon (Cucumis melo L.) breeding line derived from PI 414723 is resistant to three potyviruses,watermelon mosaic virus (WMV), zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV), papaya ringspot virus (PRSV), and to powdery mildew (PM). The inheritance and linkage relationships of these four resistances were studied in a segregating F2 population and derived F3 families from a cross between cultivar Top. The six major cucurbits (cantaloupe, cucumber, honeydews, pumpkin, squash, and watermelon) in the United States generated $1,732 million in 2017, which is 12.5% of the total value of production from the fresh vegetable market . Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) is a member of the family Potyviridae and the genus Potyvirus.
Watermelon mosaic virus(WMV-2), papaya ringspot virus-watermelon strain (PRSV-W, formerly known as watermelon mosaic virus-1), and zucchini yellow mosaic (ZYMV) are the most seriously important watermelon virus diseases in the USA..Virus diseases are destructive to the watermelon crop, and are difficult to control Yellow sticky traps are effective to monitor for the presence of winged aphids. Place traps 4-6 inches above susceptible host plants. Monitor plants for various symptoms of viruses. Vegetable viruses vectored by aphids include alfalfa mosaic virus, cucumber mosaic virus, potato virus Y, and watermelon mosaic virus Watermelon Mosaic Virus: This virus is found in summer and winter squash, zucchini and pumpkins and causes the fruit to look bumpy and off colored. Though the fruits are still fine to eat , try to minimize the spread of the disease by keeping healthy plants separate from diseased plants Sunray: Powdery Mildew, Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Watermelon Mosaic Virus (Strain 2) Bobcat (HMX6704): Papaya Ringspot Virus (WMV-1), Watermelon Mosaic Virus (Strain 2), Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus; Revenue: Cucmber Mosaic Virus, Watermelon Mosaic Virus (Strain 2), Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus; Honey Bear (Acorn): Powdery Milde A = antiserum to watermelon mosaic virus 2, collected 1 month after immunisation of a rabbit; B = antiserum from the same rabbit, 10 months after immunisation; C = antiserum as in B, except that intragel absorption was accomplished by adding sap from zucchini yellow mosaic virus-infected leaves to the centre well c. 16 h prior to adding antiserum
In Venezuela, six cucurbit viruses have been described: Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) (genus Cucumovirus), Squash mosaic virus (SqMV) (genus Comovirus), Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV), Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) (genus Potyvirus) and Melon chlorotic mosaic virus (MeCMV) (genus Begomovirus) (Lastra, 1968. Watermelon mosaic virus: symptoms. Watermelon mosaic virus: symptoms. Watermelon mosaic virus symptoms_8429450293_o.jpg. Watermelon mosaic virus symptoms_8430537350_o.jp A large number of viruses have been reported from time to time to infect this crop viz., watermelon mosaic virus-1 , watermelon mosaic virus-2 , zuchini yellow mosaic virus , cucumber mosaic virus [4-9], papaya ring spot virus , watermelon chlorotic stunt virus  melon necrotic spot virus , watermelon silver mottle virus [13.
In a study in the Middle East, several other viruses were found in squash and watermelon fields which contained CGMMV including: Arabis mosaic virus (ArMV), Cucumber Mosaic virus (CMV), Squash leaf curl virus (SLCV), Squash mosaic virus (SqMV), Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV), and Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) (Al-Tamimi et al., 2009) by the virus, showing signs of blister-like growths and atypical color streaking. Varieties with the precocious yellow gene that are infected with watermelon mosaic virus may not show signs of color streaking. Zucchini yellow mosaic virus Symptoms of zucchini yellow mosaic virus may be similar to those of papaya ringspot virus or watermelon. Watermelon Mosaic Virus: This virus is found in summer and winter squash, zucchini and pumpkins and causes the fruit to look bumpy and off colored. Though the fruits are still fine to eat, try to minimize the spread of the disease by keeping healthy plants separate from diseased plants
Disease resistance/Tolerance: Zucchini yellow mosaic virus, papaya ringspot virus, watermelon mosaic virus, powdery mildew, cucumber vein yellowing virus, cucumber mosaic virus; Days to maturity: 35; Yield potential: Very high; Region(s) best suited for production: All regions; Other attributes: Produces two to three fruits per node. Sweet. The second most common virus on melon and watermelon was Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) (incidence 30-33%); on cucumber, Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV)(33%); and on squash, Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV)(38%). To our knowledge, this is the first report of Melon necrotic spot virus (MNSV) and Zucchini yellow fleck virus (ZYFV) in Iran
On a worldwide basis, potyviruses have been badly affecting crop yields, with Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV), Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) and Papaya ring spot virus (PRSV) being of particular economic importance. Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) is causing economic losses in cucurbitaceous, leguminous, malvaceous and chenopodiaceous plants in temperate and mediterranean regions Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) The list below represents Potyviruses that have not been experimentally detected, but based on in silico analysis, will likely be detected with our Potyvirus Group PCR. If you have a sample of one of these pathogens, please contact email@example.com Watermelon mosaic virus 2 and zucchini yellow mosaic virus Coat proteins Tricoli et al., 1995 Squash Seminis and Monsanto 1996 USDA Cucumber mosaic virus, watermelon mosaic virus 2, and zucchini yellow mosaic virus Coat proteins Tricoli et al., 1995 Papaya Cornell University and the University of Hawaii 1996 USDA Papaya ringspot virus Tomato mosaic virus (TOMV00) Tomato mottle virus (TOMOV0) Tomato ringspot virus (TORSV0) Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV00) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV0) Tropical soda apple mosaic virus (TSAMV0) Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV000) Watermelon silver mottle virus (WMSMOV Mosaic Virus diseases. Many viruses affect the cucurbit family. The important viruses include cucumber mosaic virus, watermelon mosaic virus and zucchini yellow mosaic virus. Field symptoms of these 3 diseases are similar and therefore it is very difficult to separate them by symptoms alone
Experiments are conducted to select grass genotypes that could later be released as a variety. Most of these trials involve screening for a particular trait of Paspalum There are three potyviruses that infect watermelon, Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV); Papaya ringspot virus - watermelon strain (PRSV-W) and Watermelon mosaic virus-2 (WMV. Barley yellow mosaic virus Bellflower veinal mottle virus Blackberry virus Y Maclura mosaic virus Potato virus Y Rose yellow mosaic virus Ryegrass mosaic virus Sweet potato mild mottle virus Triticum mosaic virus Wheat streak mosaic virus Agropyron mosaic virus Algerian watermelon mosaic virus Alpinia mosaic virus Alstroemeria mosaic virus Alternanthera mild mosaic virus Amaranthus leaf mottle. Identification and Utility of Markers Linked to the Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus Resistance Gene in Watermelon-(Peer Reviewed Journal) Harris, K.R., Ling, K., Levi, A., Wechter, W.P. 2009. Identification and Utility of Markers Linked to the Zucchini Yellow Mosaic Virus Resistance Gene in Watermelon CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): High resistance to zucchini yellow mosaic virus-China strain (ZYMV-CH) and moderate resistance to watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) were found in a selection of PI 595203 (Citrullus lanatus var. lanatus), an Egusi type originally collected in Nigeria. Mixed inoculations showed primarily that these two viruses have no. yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV), Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) and Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) being of par-ticular economic importance (Lecoq et al. 2001). WMV, a pathogen of worldwide importance, causes economic losses in Cucurbitaceous, Leguminous, Malvace-ous and Chenopodiaceous plants (Purcifull et al. 1984)
Cucumber mosaic virus, watermelon mosaic virus, papaya ringspot virus, squash mosaic virus, and zucchini yellow mosaic virus can all cause these bumpy, deformed fruits. Symptoms of the many viruses in zucchini may bear close resemblance to one another, with common symptoms like scattered yellow patches on young or maturing leaves, leaf. Watermelon mosaic virus - WMV: ELISA or PCR: Zucchini yellow mosaic virus - ZYMV: ELISA or PCR: Cucumber mosaic virus - CMV: ELISA or PCR: Papaya ring spot virus - PRSV: ELISA or PCR: Phytoplasma - universal MLO: PCR or Grow out: Please call us if a test of your interest is not listed above The thrips-borne Melon yellow spot virus (MYSV) has recently been found infecting cucurbits in Taiwan. However, this virus was indistinguishable from another thrips-borne virus species Watermelon silver mottle virus (WSMoV), which has been devastating on cucurbits in Taiwan for decades, when the antisera against their nucleocapsid proteins (NPs) were used for diagnosis CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): The 3'-terminal genomic regions of an isolate of watermelon mosaic virus II (WMVII) and a Florida isolate of zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV-F) have been cloned. The nucleotide sequence of the WMVII cDNA clone shows the presence of the large nuclear inclusion protein gene, the coat protein gene and 3' untranslated.
Quemada H, et al. Watermelon mosaic virus II and zucchini yellow mosaic virus: cloning of 3' terminal regions, nucleotide sequences, and phylogenetic comparisons. J. Gen. Virol. 71: 1451-1460, 1990. PubMed: 237400 Pepper yellow mosaic virus (PEPYMV) Peru tomato mosaic virus (PTV000) Pfaffia mosaic virus (PFMV00) Pleione virus Y (PLVY00) Plum pox virus (PPV000) Pokeweed mosaic virus (PKMV00) Potato virus A (PVA000) Sudan watermelon mosaic virus (SUWMV0) Sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV00 Skip to Article Content; Skip to Article Informatio WMV - Watermelon Mosaic Virus. Looking for abbreviations of WMV? It is Watermelon Mosaic Virus. Watermelon Mosaic Virus listed as WMV. Watermelon Mosaic Virus - How is Watermelon Mosaic Virus abbreviated? Protection of transgenic plants expressing the coat protein gene of watermelon mosaic virus 11 or zucchini yellow mosaic virus against.