Tobacco Mosaic Virus

Vein clearing appears in young, systemically-invaded leaves, 3-4 days post inoculation, followed by a light green-dark green mosaic, often accompanied by distortion and blistering. Inoculated leaves exhibit no symptoms other than faint chlorotic lesions when the plant nitrogen supply is limited. Plants may be stunted if they are infected while young.

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Presence among species

AgentsSusceptible host
Tobacco mosaic virusSolanum lycopersicum (Pythozome V13)
Tobacco mosaic virusNicotiana glutinosa
Tobacco mosaic virusNicotiana tabacum