CRSV - Carnation ringspot virus

Family: Tombusviridae
Genus: Dianthovirus
 
Acronym: CRSV

CRSV Synonyms: Anjermozaiek virus

Infection in carnations results in diagnostic ringspots, mottling, and leaf and flower distortions. The disease symptoms are enhanced when carnations are co-infected with carnation mottle virus (CarMV; Family Tombusviridae, Genus Carmovirus). In severe infections or in susceptible carnation cultivars, leaf tip necrosis can also be observed.

In general, CRSV infections do not kill the host plants, but necrosis and other symptoms can become more severe at susta... more info

Family: Tombusviridae
Genus: Dianthovirus
 
Acronym: CRSV

CRSV Synonyms: Anjermozaiek virus

Infection in carnations results in diagnostic ringspots, mottling, and leaf and flower distortions. The disease symptoms are enhanced when carnations are co-infected with carnation mottle virus (CarMV; Family Tombusviridae, Genus Carmovirus). In severe infections or in susceptible carnation cultivars, leaf tip necrosis can also be observed.

In general, CRSV infections do not kill the host plants, but necrosis and other symptoms can become more severe at sustained temperatures between 15 and 20°C. Symptoms are greatly reduced at temperatures above 20°C. Symptoms in stone fruits and other orchard crops may be mild and difficult to discern. CRSV causes a disease termed "stony pit" in pear and decline diseases in sour cherry and apple.



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