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Arabis Mosaic virus (a phytopathogenic virus)

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Arabis Mosaic virus may be covered by literature listed under:

BIOTA
(living things)
VIRUSES
(viruses)

Feeding and other inter-species relationships

Arabis Mosaic virus is associated with:

Amphorophora (Amphorophora) rubi - an aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) is spread by UK/Ireland Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Aphis idaei - Small Raspberry Aphid (Hemiptera: Aphididae) is spread by UK/Ireland Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Xiphinema - dagger eelworms (Dorylaimida (Order): Xiphinematidae) is spread by Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Xiphinema diversicaudatum - a dagger eelworm (Dorylaimida (Order): Xiphinematidae) is spread by Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Magnoliopsida - flowering plants infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Lobelia - lobelias (Asterales: Campanulaceae) infects and damages slightly mottled or distorted leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Arabis - rock cresses (Brassicales: Brassicaceae) infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [insignificant]
Rheum x rhabarbarum - rhubarb (Caryophyllales: Polygonaceae) infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Sambucus - elders (Dipsacales: Adoxaceae) infects and damages banded, spotted, crinkled and/or rolled leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Forsythia - forsythias (Lamiales: Oleaceae) infects and damages live leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [causes net-like vein-yellowing]
Fraxinus - ashes (Lamiales: Oleaceae) infects and damages live leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [causes oak-leaf and ring patterns]
Jasminum - jasmines (Lamiales: Oleaceae) infects and damages live, yellowed leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [probably the cause of the colouration is yellow ornamental cultivars]
Ligustrum ovalifolium - Garden Privet (Lamiales: Oleaceae) infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Syringa - lilacs (Lamiales: Oleaceae) infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Fragaria x ananassa - garden strawberry (Rosales: Rosaceae) infects and damages stunted, spotted and/or crinkled leaf UK/Ireland Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Prunus avium cv - Cherry (Rosales: Rosaceae) infects and damages live, small, narrow, toughened, coarsely serrated, scaley below leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Causes European Rasp Leaf or Pfeffinger disease, but only in conjunction with Prune Dwarf virus]
Prunus avium cv - Cherry (Rosales: Rosaceae) infects and damages live, with clearly marked yellow areas leaf (young) Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [Causes European Rasp Leaf or Pfeffinger disease, but only in conjunction with Prune Dwarf virus]
Rosa sp. cult. - cultivated roses (Rosales: Rosaceae) infects and damages Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Rubus idaeus - Raspberry (Rosales: Rosaceae) infects and damages brilliant yellow vein cleared leaf (lower) Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [causes Raspberry Yellow Dwarf disease]
Dendranthema - florist's chrysanthemums, "mums" (Asterales: Asteraceae) causes spots on live, ring-patterned, and/or distorted leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998
Rubus idaeus - Raspberry (Rosales: Rosaceae) causes spots on live leaf Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 [causes small yellow spots (Raspberry Yellow Dwarf disease)]

References

Buczacki, S. & Harris, K., 1998 Pests, Diseases & Disorders of Garden Plants
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