Standard

Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain. / Bahrami Kamangar, Saman; Smagghe, Guy; Maes, Martine; De Jonghe, Kris.

In: Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, Vol. 121, Nr. 1, 17.02.2014, blz. 10-19.

Onderzoeksoutput: Bijdrage aan tijdschriftA1: Web of Science-artikelOnderzoekpeer review

Harvard

Bahrami Kamangar, S, Smagghe, G, Maes, M & De Jonghe, K 2014, 'Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain' Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, vol. 121, nr. 1, blz. 10-19.

APA

Bahrami Kamangar, S., Smagghe, G., Maes, M., & De Jonghe, K. (2014). Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection, 121(1), 10-19.

Vancouver

Bahrami Kamangar S, Smagghe G, Maes M, De Jonghe K. Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain. Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. 2014 feb 17;121(1):10-19.

Author

Bahrami Kamangar, Saman ; Smagghe, Guy ; Maes, Martine ; De Jonghe, Kris. / Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain. In: Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection. 2014 ; Vol. 121, Nr. 1. blz. 10-19.

Bibtex

@article{4f125d6514664c74b214a2dfc7a68059,
title = "Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain",
abstract = "Potato virus Y (PVY), one of the most important agents causing potato crop losses worldwide, is transmitted by a variety of aphid species in a non-persistent manner. Several PVY strains have been differentiated, all of them causing different symptoms and symptom expression levels on numerous commercial potato cultivars. In Belgium, strains belonging to the N group have been reported as the most prevalent, but no detailed information on the relative importance of the PVY strains in Belgium has been published to date.We report here on a survey performed on Belgian seed potatoes harvested in 2010 in which 2700 individual tubers from 54 seed potato lots originating from 54 farms were screened for presence of PVY. The results revealed a high PVY incidence and substantial strain diversity in some farms. The dominance of the N group in Belgian seed potatoes was confirmed, while the O strain was only found in a few locations. Further characterization using multiplex PCR identified 75{\%} of the isolates as NTN strains and 7.5{\%} as Wilga strain (N-Wi). The presence of the N-Wi strain was confirmed and characterized for the first time in Belgian seed potato production.",
keywords = "B390-crop-protection",
author = "{Bahrami Kamangar}, Saman and Guy Smagghe and Martine Maes and {De Jonghe}, Kris",
year = "2014",
month = "2",
day = "17",
language = "English",
volume = "121",
pages = "10--19",
journal = "Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection",
issn = "1861-3829",
publisher = "Verlag Eugen Ulmer KG",
number = "1",

}

RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Potato virus Y (PVY) strains in Belgian seed potatoes and first molecular detection of the N-Wi strain

AU - Bahrami Kamangar, Saman

AU - Smagghe, Guy

AU - Maes, Martine

AU - De Jonghe, Kris

PY - 2014/2/17

Y1 - 2014/2/17

N2 - Potato virus Y (PVY), one of the most important agents causing potato crop losses worldwide, is transmitted by a variety of aphid species in a non-persistent manner. Several PVY strains have been differentiated, all of them causing different symptoms and symptom expression levels on numerous commercial potato cultivars. In Belgium, strains belonging to the N group have been reported as the most prevalent, but no detailed information on the relative importance of the PVY strains in Belgium has been published to date.We report here on a survey performed on Belgian seed potatoes harvested in 2010 in which 2700 individual tubers from 54 seed potato lots originating from 54 farms were screened for presence of PVY. The results revealed a high PVY incidence and substantial strain diversity in some farms. The dominance of the N group in Belgian seed potatoes was confirmed, while the O strain was only found in a few locations. Further characterization using multiplex PCR identified 75% of the isolates as NTN strains and 7.5% as Wilga strain (N-Wi). The presence of the N-Wi strain was confirmed and characterized for the first time in Belgian seed potato production.

AB - Potato virus Y (PVY), one of the most important agents causing potato crop losses worldwide, is transmitted by a variety of aphid species in a non-persistent manner. Several PVY strains have been differentiated, all of them causing different symptoms and symptom expression levels on numerous commercial potato cultivars. In Belgium, strains belonging to the N group have been reported as the most prevalent, but no detailed information on the relative importance of the PVY strains in Belgium has been published to date.We report here on a survey performed on Belgian seed potatoes harvested in 2010 in which 2700 individual tubers from 54 seed potato lots originating from 54 farms were screened for presence of PVY. The results revealed a high PVY incidence and substantial strain diversity in some farms. The dominance of the N group in Belgian seed potatoes was confirmed, while the O strain was only found in a few locations. Further characterization using multiplex PCR identified 75% of the isolates as NTN strains and 7.5% as Wilga strain (N-Wi). The presence of the N-Wi strain was confirmed and characterized for the first time in Belgian seed potato production.

KW - B390-crop-protection

M3 - A1: Web of Science-article

VL - 121

SP - 10

EP - 19

JO - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection

JF - Journal of Plant Diseases and Protection

SN - 1861-3829

IS - 1

ER -