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Even if present, PVY was never found in high incidences in fields of either ware or seed potatoes. With LHR the source of infection for further virus spread is removed. Other mechanisms may also play a role in reducing losses by virus infections in the Andean region. by the pathogen (a protozoan with zoospores for infection) which causes powdery Springer, Dordrecht, pp 21–38, Kreuze J, Koenig R, De Souza J, Vetten HJ, Müller G, Flores B, Ziebell H, Cuellar W (2013) The complete genome sequences of a Peruvian and a Colombian isolate of Andean potato latent virus and partial sequences of further isolates suggest the existence of two distinct potato-infecting tymovirus species. PVYO is the common strain, and causes In the last decade (2000–2010) relaxation of seed potato regulations concerning isolation from commercial potato crops in two Australian states (Victoria, Tasmania) led to a temporary upsurge in the incidence of common potato viruses in high grade seed potatoes. PVA and PVM are not common. Nematicides are available Therefore, a close monitoring of the incidence of tospoviruses in Brazilian potato fields is recommended in order to control not only its dissemination in the current season but also its perpetuation by tuber seed transmission. can be difficult, because there are antibodies to PVYO Plants can die in a severe case, and potatoes can be seriously affected, especially in storage. Avoid planting potatoes next to alfalfa or red clover crops to reduce 2017). After their introduction, this virus became a major cause of rapid seed-potato degeneration, overtaking the historical importance of PLRV as main cause for rejecting early field generations (G-1 or G-2), based on tolerance limits for viruses of the Federal Brazilian seed-potato tuber production-certification program. In earlier studies, when Andean potato cultivars were inoculated with PVY isolates belonging to biological strain groups PVYC, PVYO, PVYZ, and PVYN, one developed HR phenotypes consistent with presence of genes Nc and Ny, one an HR phenotype consistent with gene Nc alone, and 1 with neither, so both genes were easily found in commercial cultivars in potato’s original center of domestication. Some viruses can be controlled by crop management practices, but the most effective and environmentally beneficial method is through host resistance. 2016) and protist-transmitted PMTV (Abbas and Madadi 2016). 2014). *Plant Disease Diagnostic Clinic, 329 Plant Sci. and practice good weed control within the field. In fact, the common habit of small holder farmers of selling and or consuming large tubers and keeping the small ones as seed for a next crop probably maintains virus loads in the seed high, as virus-infected plants often are the ones producing the smallest tubers. Potato virus Y (PVY) is one of the most prevalent and important … Biol. These observations cause concern for seed-potato production (Abad et al. infect tomato and nightshade. Various insects have been reported to transmit PSTV, but the most important Avoid (yellow blotching) on leaves. Although PSTVd presence in potato has declined recently globally, the opposite is the case for tomato where outbreaks have been increasing due to its worldwide spread in tomato seed via the international seed trade (Constable et al. 2012). Potato leafroll virus (PLRV) is a phloem-limited Luteovirus be re-applied at frequent intervals to be effective. The breeder seed produced by ICAR-CPRI is supplied to various State Government Organizations for further multiplication in three more cycles, viz. University. In: Gaba V, Tsror L (eds) EAPR-pathology section meeting. also favor the spread of this virus. They inoculated these isolates to 38 potato cultivars. 2019b; CIP, There is also an urgent need to explore possibilities of seed production in nontraditional areas using modern techniques (Singh et al. Early characterization of PVY strains in Brazil was based on host symptoms, and the serological tests employed were DAS-ELISA which did not identify specific strains. It has been known in Colombia for many years (Jones 1981, references therein; Franco-Lara et al. Necrotic symptoms on potato tubers of the variety Nicola caused by PVYNTN. There was no relationship between biological strain and phylogroup as phylogroup I contained PVX isolates in biological strain groups 1, 3 and 4, whereas minor phylogroups II-1 and II-2 both contained isolates in strain groups 2 and 4. Virus description and symptoms Grupo de Coordenação Estatística Agropecuárias/GCEA/DPE/COAGRO, Disponibleat. Potato virus X is the type member of the Potexvirus family Producers have a laboratory support system accredited by INMETRO and certified by the Ministry of Agriculture for analysis and diagnosis of viruses in seed material. Infected plants 2013), but considering current controversies surrounding transgenic crops, such products will not likely be released for cultivation in the near future. Avoid planting potatoes next to weedy ditches and hedgerows, The carlavirus PVM has been reported from Bolivia, Chile, and Peru and in the Andean region of northern Argentina, but in recent surveys is conspicuously absent from Peru. (2018) studied the phylogenetics of PVS genomic sequences collected since 1976, including Andean region sequences. Tubers are narrow and spindle or oblong in shape, or more rounded than Therefore, while the potato viruses transmitted persistently by their vectors can spread over long distances, it is not self-evident that the virus gets established in the new area. It is also mechanically 2004). 2014). In recent years an outbreak of the whitefly Bemisia tabaci, has been noticed in potato crops in Brazil (Moraes et al. Virus description and symptoms (2014) studied the phylogeny of PVX genomic sequences from the Andes. PVX can interact with PVY and PVA to cause more severe symptoms Systemic hypersensitive resistance (SHR) elicited by strain group PVYO in presence of hypersensitivity gene Ny was present in 23 of the same 34 potato cultivars with putative Nd, occurring widely amongst cultivars released in each of the three world regions. Plants often do not exhibit symptoms, but the virus can Two other viruses that have been monitored in the field by the official certification programs are PVS and PVX. Viral diseases can negatively affect tomatoes by drastically reducing yield and/or fruit quality. 2018). Its prevalence in plantings at lower altitudes in the Andes reflects the restriction of its whitefly vector to warmer conditions (Jones 2016, references therein). The main plant diseases that harmed agriculture in 2020. These changes in relative importance result from a range of factors including not only increased global trade but also regional changes in cultivar usage, cropping patterns, implemented seed systems and diagnostic testing regimes, appearance and evolution of new viruses and virus strains, and vector populations. Two ilarviruses (Family Bromoviridae), AlMV and PYV, both sometimes infect potatoes in the Andean region. A. C. Souza-Dias. Viruses are among the most significant biotic constraints in potato production. 2016b). Int J Trop Agric 33(2):1283–1285, Kutnjak D, Silvestre R, Cuellar W, Perez W, Müller G, Ravnikar M, Kreuze JF (2014) Complete genome sequences of new divergent potato virus X isolates and discrimination between strains in a mixed infection using small RNAs sequencing approach. 2019). 2017; Santillan et al. Thus, there is an increased requirement for new technologies for rapid multiplication of healthy plants under controlled conditions to be able to supply high-quality seeds at an affordable level. in potatoes. Jeevalatha A, Kaundal P, Shandil RK, Sharma NN, Chakrabarti SK, Singh BP (2013a) Complete genome sequence of Potato leafroll virus isolates infecting potato in the different geographical areas of India shows low level genetic diversity. will react with PVYN - specific' antibodies, and some PVYO as well as through pollen and true seed. Crops. Viruses are disseminated in tubers and can cut yields by 50 percent. It has been detected not only in Peruvian, Bolivian, and Chilean potato germlasm, but also ulluco (Ullucus tuberosus), oca (Oxalis tuberosa), and mashua (Tropaeolum tuberosum) plants growing in the field in these countries. disseminator is human movement through the field. Another example of differences in geographical distribution of potato viruses in Europe is PMTV. Phytopathology 107(10):1123–1135, Tian YP, Valkonen JPT (2013) Genetic determinants of Potato virus Y required to overcome or trigger hypersensitive resistance to PVY strain group O controlled by the gene Ny in potato. Saha A, Saha B, Saha D (2014) Molecular detection and partial characterization of a begomovirus causing leaf curl disease of potato in sub-Himalayan West Bengal, India. The potato mop-top virus (PMTV) is spreading throughout the potato-growing regions in the U.S. 2014) has enabled rapid introgression into elite germplasm (Carneiro et al. On the other hand, during the late 90s a novel virus coded SB-26/29 and transmitted by brown leafhoppers (Russelliana solanicola) was associated with a novel and rapidly spreading rugose stunting disease in Southern Peru. can be effective if the aphid populations are closely monitored. not spread the virus, since PLRV is not mechanically transmissible. Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTV) Potato yellow dwarf virus. If potato seeds with high PVS/PVX incidence reach Brazil, where high incidence of PVY usually occurs, the consequences could be disastrous. 2013). 2017), careful monitoring of begomoviruses in potato should take place, as recommended for ToCV. Necrotic symptoms on leaves of potato and tobacco (lower R) caused by PVYN. Plant Disease 3009–3017, Meena PN, Kumar R, Baswaraj R, Jeevalatha A (2017) Simultaneous detection of potato viruses A and M using CP gene specific primers in an optimized duplex RT-PCR. In India, PVX infection may depress yield up to 10–30% and in the presence of PVA or PVY reduces yield up to 40% in potato. Del Rosario HM, Vidalon LJ, Montenegro JD, Riccio C, Guzman F, Bartolini I, Ghislain M (2018) Molecular and genetic characterization of the Ry adg locus on chromosome XI from Andigena potatoes conferring extreme resistance to potato virus Y. Theor Appl Genet 131(9):1925–1938, Devaux A, Kromann P, Ortiz O (2014) Potatoes for sustainable global food security. Such outbreaks of thrips and whitefly-transmitted viruses are becoming steadily more frequent due to a warming climate, and at least one of these viruses, ToLCNDV has recently become a major potato pathogen in India (Jeevalatha et al. So far, this has only been done with PVY and PVS (Gibbs et al. (2004). Today, 90% of seeds are being produced in northern (Punjab), north central (Gwalior), northwestern (Modipuram), and eastern plains (Patna) of the country. Some varieties are vectors are not present, the virus will not spread. Virus Res 191:45, Lacomme C, Glais L, Bellstedt D, Dupuis B, Karasev A, Jacquot E (eds) (2017) Potato virus Y: biodiversity, pathogenicity, epidemiology and management. However, when Lambert et al. Whereas AMV is found worldwide and normally causes calico symptoms, including in the highlands of Peru, PYV is largely symptomless and restricted to the Andean region where it has been identified in germplasm from Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. In Tanzania, Chiunga and Valkonen (2013) surveyed for the occurrence of the same viruses, but also PVM and PVS in plants from 16 fields in the south western highlands and found incidences of 55%, 39%, 14% and 5% for PVS, PLRV, PVX, and PVM whereas PVY and PVM were only detected in two locations. PLRV is one of the most prevalent viral diseases of potato in India. 16.06.2020. Over a 5-year period, incidence of PVYO dropped from 63 to 7% of the PVY population (Funke et al. During the following years, although PVY was not considered a major problem for Brazilian potato producers, attempts to discover new methods to avoid PVY infection and to find new indicator plants were carried out in Brazil. Infection results in significant decrease in size and number of tubers. but not those with protozoan or nematode vectors. Although it led to several disease outbreaks in potato in different parts of the world in the past, through implementation molecular detection and eradication programs its presence in potato has now been significantly diminished in North America and Europe. Plant Dis 96(6):813–819, Lamichhane JR, Barzman M, Booij K, Boonekamp P, Desneux N, Huber L, Kudsk P, Langrell SRH, Ratnadass A, Ricci P, Sarah JL, Messean A (2015) Robust cropping systems to tackle pests under climate change. Limit handling of plant material Therefore, PVY “strains” have been heavily studied worldwide over the past two decades revealing an exceptional amount of variation and a plethora of genotypes, many of them recombinants. Nowadays, the detection of PLRV in seeds within official certification programs is extremely rare. Foundation Seed 1 (FS-1), Foundation Seed 2 (FS-2) and Certified Seed (CS) under strict health standards. Australia and Argentina such that it is among the common viruses tested for in seed potato production schemes. Underside leaf veins often have necrotic areas showing as black streaking. PSTV causes elongation of tubers (right side). Aphids are by far the most efficient Surveying for PVY isolates in experimental fields, Andrade and Figueira (1992) detected five different strains, based on the reactions induced in the tobacco cultivar “Turkish NN.” Although PVYN was present, the PVYO strain had a much higher incidence and was identified in almost all cultivars planted during 1980–1990. However, potato production is rapidly expanding in tropical and subtropical agro-ecologies of the world in Asia and Africa, which present a unique set of problems for the crop and affect the way viruses can be managed. This is a list of diseases and disorders found in potatoes. Mol Plant-Microbe Interact 29(10):822–828, Salazar L, Muller G, Querci M, Zapata J, Owens R (2000). It causes mild foliar symptoms including A tospovirus, GBNV causing severe stem/leaf necrosis disease in plains/plateaux of central/western India heavily infects the early crop of potato. Although there have been no reports of whitefly-transmitted viruses, whiteflies can be abundant in potato crops in some locations during some seasons and because potatoes are often grown in close proximity to other vegetables there is a clear risk of transfer and possibly emergence of whitefly-transmitted viruses as has already been observed in India and Brazil. It occurs more often in coarse sandy soils. For many years, PVM, PAMV, CMV, and LALV have not been recorded infecting Australian potato crops, but AlMV infection typified by bright yellow calico symptoms still occurs sporadically. In the century since the discovery of the first potato viruses we have learned more and more about these pathogens, and this has accelerated over the last decade with the advent of high-throughput sequencing in the … Next, we describe the viruses found in the center of origin of wild and cultivated potatoes, the Andes. andigena. 2000). The lack of expression of PVYNTN symptoms in tubers of “Agata”, in striking contrast to “Monalisa”, contributed much to the fast replacement of “Monalisa” by “Agata”. Sanitize all tools, could harbor the vectors of some potato viruses between fields. PVS is very difficult to detect using visual cues. Early blight (Alternaria solani) For more detailed information on this disease, please see our full … They also found that infection with PVX and PVS increased the titer of PVS and enhanced expression of foliar symptoms in potato plants. Seed potatoes are not yet certified for All of these factors interact with each other and are further affected by climate change, making it difficult to predict what the future will hold. up from tubers left over from the previous season), as these may be virus Potato rought dwarf virus: PRDV), Potato black ringspot virus (PBRSV = TRSV-Ca), Peru, recently reported, relatively common, Australia and New Zealand, rare in potato, Worldwide, reported in greenhouse grown potatoes in USA, Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus (ToLCNDV), Tomato yellow vein streak virus (ToYVSV=PDMV), Americas, Europe, Asia under dry conditions, Americas, Europe, Asia in cool and humid environments, “Colombian potato soil-borne virus” (CPSbV), Colombia, isolated from potato soils; CPSbV could infect potatoes symptomless, Worldwide, common in cool climates, or Australia, Europe, Africa, Asia, occasionally infects potatoes, Intercepted once in potato from South America, Contact, aphids (when co infecting with PLRV), a Officially accepted virus species names italicized, whereas unofficial names are between quotation marks and not in italics, VENN diagram of geographic occurrence of commoner potato viruses worldwide. Hortic Bras 35:335–342. Batata Show 42:21–23, Singh BP, Raigond B, Sridhar J, Jeevalatha A, Ravinder K, Venkateswarlu V, Sharma S (2014) Potato seed production systems in India. In practice, the propagation material is tested only for selected viruses considered to be the most harmful and included in the phytosanitary regulations. Karasev AV, Gray SM (2013) Continuous and emerging challenges of Potato virus Y in potato. 2014). The viruses so far found infecting potato in the Australian continent are PLRV, PVY, PVA, PVS, PVM, PAMV, AMV, CMV, TSWV, and Lucerne Australian latent virus (LALV), and the viroid PSTVd has also been found (Buchen-Osmond et al. Although the SHR response to PVY or PVX infection is a frequently observed phenotypic reaction in breeding populations (of e.g. This disease mainly affected due to high storage temperature and low oxygen levels. Alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV) is a Potyvirus, like PVY. the use of insecticides to control spread is generally not effective. They were undertaken using older serological detection assays and inoculation to indicator hosts complemented by electron microscopy. Agata. When Cox and Jones (2010b) studied the CP nucleotide sequences of 11 PVX isolates from Australia, all 11 belonged to the main non-South American grouping, i.e. On the other hand, triplex parental potato lines containing three copies of the Ryadg gene have been developed in various breeding programs ensuring 96% of progeny contain at least one copy of the resistance gene (Kaushik et al. Yukon Gold, which is grown in Australia, Canada, Europe and USA, and carries genes Ny, Nz, putative Nd (Rowley et al. is nonpersistently transmitted by aphids. Plant Pathol 65:1210–1220, Gil JF, Adams I, Boonham N, Nielsen SL, Nicolaisen M (2016b) Molecular and biological characterisation of two novel pomo-like viruses associated with potato (, Gildemacher P, Demo P, Barker I, Kaguongo W, Woldegiorgis G, Wagoire W, Wakahiu M, Leeuwis C, Struik P (2009) A description of seed potato systems in Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia. Soil-borne viruses, such as TRV and PMTV, that cause problems in other world regions have not yet been recorded infecting potato in Australia, although the PMTV vector Spongospora subterranea and TRV vectors Trichodorus and Paratrichodorus are present. PMTV is one of the causes of 2018). Schulte-Geldermann E, Gildemacher PR, Struik PC (2012) Improving seed health and seed performance by positive selection in three Kenyan potato varieties. Signs include mottling or yellowing of leaflets and crinkling that is sometimes accompanied by leaf drop. Abad JA, Moyer JW, Kennedy GG, Holmes GA, Cubeta MA (2005) Tomato spotted wilt virus on potato in eastern North Carolina. Ciência e Prática 16:371–376, Baldo NH, Elhassan SM, Elballa MM (2010) Occurrence of viruses affecting potato crops in Khartoum State-Sudan. At least 37 of the known potato viruses are found in South America and this number is set to increase further with the application of high-throughput sequencing (HTS) techniques to screen for virus infections (Kreuze 2014; Fuentes et al. It also is found in production areas … Arq Inst Biol 15:307–330, Nyalugwe EP, Wilson CR, Coutts BA, Jones RAC (2012) Biological properties of potato virus X in potato: effects of mixed infection with Potato virus S and resistance phenotypes in cultivars from three continents. Cultivated potatoes were first domesticated in the Andean region of South America where they show the highest level of genetic diversity including four cultivated potato species with various ploidy levels and many native cultivar groups and wild potato relatives. Plant Pathol 66(6):960–969, Fortes IM, Navas-Castillo J (2012) Potato, an experimental and natural host of the crinivirus Tomato chlorosis virus. PVXHB caused a mild or symptomless infection in eight native potato landraces, systemic necrotic symptoms in cultivar “Mi Peru,” and bright yellow leaf markings in “Renacimiento.” Phylogenetic analysis of coat protein gene sequences placed HB in the major PVX lineage that contained group 2 and 4 isolates from South America, North America, or Europe, whereas strain group 1, 3, and 4 sequences, none of which were from South America, were in the main lineage that lacked any South American sequences. Their importance resides in the necrotic symptoms they induce in tubers. 2018). 2016b). (2014). Nyalugwe et al. However, climate change is predicted to increase temperatures in Europe (Lamichhane et al. By contrast, PSTVd is still prevalent in Central-Asia (CIP, unpublished) and China (Qiu et al. All four strain groups occur in the Andean region, along with an additional strain (HB) that has not been reported elsewhere in the world, which overcomes not only these two genes but also extreme PVX resistance gene Rx. Nevertheless, due to the complex genetics of potato it has not been easy to combine virus resistance with the myriad of other necessary traits needed for a successful variety. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available, The Potato Crop PVY is the type species of the genus Potyvirus, one of the six genera in the family Potyviridae. Diseases. Conference: national seminar on emerging problems of potato, 1–2 Nov 2014. Winged viruliferous aphids carrying PLRV cross the Baltic Sea during warm weather and suitable wind, and transfer PLRV from the potato fields in northern Germany and Poland to southern Finland. GBNV is reported in the early planted crop in the central and western parts of India (Jain et al. Complete genome sequence of one isolate of PVM, PVM-Del-144 has been sequenced. Agron Sustain Dev 35:443–459, Learcic R, Morisset D, Mehle N, Ravnikar M (2013) Fast real-time detection of Potato spindle tuber viroid by RT-LAMP. distributed throughout the tuber. LAMP assays can rapidly be designed to detect newly identified viruses and can be multiplexed, making it a flexible technology. In: Devra I, Sevilla-Panizo JR, Chávez-Servia JL, Hodgkin T (eds) Seed systems and crop genetic diversity on-farm. Plant Dis 10:2043–2049, Palukaitis P (2012) Resistance to viruses of potato and their vectors. The PVY recombinant PVYNTN has been found infecting potato crops in four eastern Australian states (Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia) where it is causing similar problems in seed potato production to the ones it causes in Europe. is an important root crop for poor farmers in developing countries. stem. Moreover, biologically defined PVYO and PVYZ isolates were both within phylogroup YO while biologically defined YC and YD isolates were both phylogroup YC revealing disagreement between the current biological and phylogenetic PVY nomenclature systems. When Cox and Jones (2010a) studied the CP nucleotide sequences of 13 PVS isolates from mainland Australia, all isolates were in phylogroup PVSO. Nat Plants 4:631–632, Tenorio J, Chuquillanqui C, Garcia A, Guillen M, Chavez R, Salazar LF (2003) Symptomatology and effect on potato yield of achaparramieto rugoso. is one of the most important vectors. 2018). Additionally, not all PVYN isolates (2017) reported above 10% incidence of CMV in potato grown in Punjab. Thus, only strain group 4 sequences were in both lineages (Kutnjak et al. 2016c). In addition, the viruses commonly found in other parts of the world often show much higher level of variability in the Andean region (Gil et al. 2014). When SHR involves death of all systemically infected shoots or entire plant death, foci of PVY infection are eliminated from within the crop so they are unavailable to become infection sources for secondary spread. planting potatoes near alfalfa or clover. Wang QC, Valkonen JPT (2009) Cryotherapy of shoot tips: novel pathogen eradication method. Management The likely means for spread of PMTV over long distances are seed potatoes produced in an area where soils are contaminated with PMTV and its vector. 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