Evidence that leaf curl disease of Malva sylvestris in Iran is associated with cotton leaf curl Gezira virus and associated betasatellite

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The authors are grateful to Dr. Bruno Gronenborn for critical review of the manuscript.

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This study was supported by the Iranian Research Institute of Plant Protection (IRIPP), Agriculture Research, Education, and Extension Organization (AREEO), Tehran, Iran (Grant Code: Grant code: 2–16-16–94,116).

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Bananej, K., Shahid, M.S. & Shafiq, M. Evidence that leaf curl disease of Malva sylvestris in Iran is associated with cotton leaf curl Gezira virus and associated betasatellite. J Plant Pathol (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s42161-021-00758-9

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Keywords

  • Geminivirus
  • cotton leaf curl Gezira virus
  • Betasatellite
  • Whitefly
  • Malva sylvestris