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Groundnut rosette virus
(groundnut chlorotic rosette)

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Groundnut rosette virus (groundnut chlorotic rosette)

Summary

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  • 14 July 2018
  • Datasheet Type(s)
  • Pest
  • Preferred Scientific Name
  • Groundnut rosette virus
  • Preferred Common Name
  • groundnut chlorotic rosette
  • Taxonomic Tree
  • Domain: Virus
  •   Family: Unassigned virus family
  •     Genus: Umbravirus
  •       Species: Groundnut rosette virus

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Groundnut plant affected by groundnut rosette disease (chlorotic rosette) next to a healthy groundnut plant.
TitleDiseased and healthy groundnut plants
CaptionGroundnut plant affected by groundnut rosette disease (chlorotic rosette) next to a healthy groundnut plant.
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Groundnut plant affected by groundnut rosette disease (chlorotic rosette) next to a healthy groundnut plant.
Diseased and healthy groundnut plantsGroundnut plant affected by groundnut rosette disease (chlorotic rosette) next to a healthy groundnut plant.Scottish Crop Research Institute

Identity

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Preferred Scientific Name

  • Groundnut rosette virus

Preferred Common Name

  • groundnut chlorotic rosette

Other Scientific Names

  • Arachis rosettans
  • Arachis virus 1
  • groundnut rosette umbravirus
  • Marmor arachidis
  • peanut rosette virus

International Common Names

  • English: groundnut green rosette; groundnut mosaic rosette; peanut rosette
  • French: rosette chlorotique de l'arachide; rosette de l'arachide

Local Common Names

  • Germany: Kräuselkrankheit der Erdnüsse
  • Ghana: lèpre

English acronym

  • GRV

EPPO code

  • GRV000 (Groundnut rosette umbravirus)

Taxonomic Tree

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  • Domain: Virus
  •     Family: Unassigned virus family
  •         Genus: Umbravirus
  •             Species: Groundnut rosette virus

Distribution Table

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The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

Continent/Country/RegionDistributionLast ReportedOriginFirst ReportedInvasiveReferenceNotes

Asia

IndiaPresent, few occurrencesCMI, 1976
-Madhya PradeshPresent, few occurrencesVerma, 1971
-Tamil NaduPresent, few occurrencesKousalya et al., 1973
IndonesiaPresentPresent based on regional distribution.
-JavaPresent, few occurrencesCMI, 1976
PhilippinesPresent, few occurrencesBenigno & Favali Hedayat, 1977

Africa

AngolaWidespreadCMI, 1976
Burkina FasoWidespreadCMI, 1976; Subrahmanyam et al., 1992
Congo Democratic RepublicWidespreadCMI, 1976
Côte d'IvoireWidespreadCMI, 1976
GambiaWidespreadCMI, 1976
GhanaWidespreadCMI, 1976
GuineaWidespreadWaliyar and Tounkara, 1990
KenyaWidespreadCMI, 1976
MadagascarWidespreadCMI, 1976
MalawiWidespreadCMI, 1976; Mercer, 1977; Rajeshwari et al., 1987
MozambiqueWidespreadCMI, 1976
NigerWidespreadSubrahmanyam et al., 1992
NigeriaWidespreadCMI, 1976
SenegalWidespreadCMI, 1976
Sierra LeoneWidespreadCMI, 1976
SomaliaWidespreadCMI, 1976
South AfricaWidespreadCMI, 1976
SudanWidespreadCMI, 1976
TanzaniaWidespreadCMI, 1976
TogoWidespreadCMI, 1976
UgandaWidespreadCMI, 1976
ZambiaWidespreadCMI, 1976
ZimbabweWidespreadCMI, 1976

Oceania

AustraliaPresentPresent based on regional distribution.
-New South WalesPresent, few occurrencesCMI, 1976
FijiPresent, few occurrencesCMI, 1976

Growth Stages

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List of Symptoms/Signs

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SignLife StagesType
Leaves / abnormal colours
Leaves / abnormal forms
Leaves / abnormal patterns
Leaves / necrotic areas
Stems / distortion
Stems / stunting or rosetting
Whole plant / dwarfing

Vectors and Intermediate Hosts

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VectorSourceReferenceGroupDistribution
Aphis craccivoraStorey and Ryland, 1955. Insect

References

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A'Brook J, 1964. The effect of planting date and spacing on the incidence of groundnut rosette disease and of the vector, Aphis craccivora Koch, at Mokwa, Nigeria. Annals of Applied Biology, 54:199-208.

Adams AN, 1966. Groundnut rosette virus - another vector. Rhodesia, Zambia and Malawi Journal of Agricultural Research 4:125.

Adams AN, 1967. The vectors and alternative hosts of groundnut rosette virus in Central Province, Malawi. Rhodesia, Zambia, Malawi Journal of Agricultural Research, 5:145.

Benigno DA; Favali-Hedayat MA, 1977. Investigations on previously unreported or noteworthy plant viruses and virus diseases in the Philippines. FAO Plant Protection Bulletin, 25(2):78-84

Blok VC; Ziegler A; Robinson DJ; Murant AF, 1994. Sequences of 10 variants of the satellite-like RNA-3 of groundnut rosette virus. Virology (New York), 202(1):25-32

Blok VC; Ziegler A; Scott K; Dangora DB; Robinson DJ; Murant AF, 1995. Detection of groundnut rosette umbravirus infections with radioactive and non-radioactive probes to its satellite RNA. Annals of Applied Biology, 127(2):321-328; 18 ref.

Bock KR; Murant AF; Rajeshwari R, 1990. The nature of the resistance in groundnut to rosette disease. Annals of Applied Biology, 117(2):379-384

Booker RH, 1963. The effect of sowing date and spacing on rosette of groundnut in Northern Nigeria, with observations on the vector Aphis craccivora. Annals of Applied Biology, 52:125-131.

Breyel E; Casper R; Ansa OA; Kuhn CW; Misari SM; Demski JW, 1988. A simple procedure to detect a dsRNA associated with groundnut rosette. Journal of Phytopathology, 121(2):118-124

Bunting AH, 1950. Technical aspects of the East African groundnut organisation. Annals of Applied Biology, 37:699-704.

Casper R; Meyer S; Lesemann D-E; Reddy DVD; Rajeshwari R; Misari SM; Subbarayudu SS, 1983. Detection of a luteovirus in groundnut rosette diseased groundnuts (Arachis hypogpa) by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and immmunoelectron microscopy. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift, 108(1):12-17

CMI, 1976. Distribution Maps of Plant Diseases. Map No. 49. Edition 4. Wallingford, UK: CAB International.

Davies JC, 1972. Studies on the ecology of Aphis craccivora Koch (Aphididae), the vector of rosette disease of groundnuts, in Uganda. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 62:169-181.

Davies JC; Kasule FK, 1964. The control of groundnut rosette disease in Uganda. Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad), 41:303-309.

De Berchoux C, 1958. Étude sur la résistance de l'arachide a la rosette en Haute-Volta. Oléagineux 13:237-239.

Demler SA; Rucker DG; Zoeten GAde; Ziegler A; Robinson DJ; Murant AF, 1996. The satellite RNAs associated with the groundnut rosette disease complex and pea enation mosaic virus: sequence similarities and ability of each other's helper virus to support their replication. Journal of General Virology, 77(11):2847-2855; 26 ref.

Dubern J, 1980. Mechanical and aphid transmission of an Ivory Coast strain of groundnut rosette virus. Phytopathologische Zeitschrift, 99:318-326.

Evans AC, 1954. Groundnut rosette disease in Tanganyika. 1. Field studies. Annals of Applied Biology, 41:189-206.

Farrell JAK, 1976. Effects of groundnut crop density on the population dynamics of Aphis craccivora Koch (Hemiptera, Aphididae) in Malawi. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 66(2):317-329

Farrell JAK, 1976. Effects of groundnut sowing date and plant spacing on rosette virus disease in Malawi. Bulletin of Entomological Research, 66(1):159-171

Hayes TR, 1932. Groundnut rosette disease in the Gambia. Tropical Agriculture, 9:211-217.

Hildebrand GL; Bock KR; Nigam SN, 1991. Groundnut rosette virus: recent research progress in southern Africa. In Groundnut Virus Diseases in Africa, Proceedings 4th Meeting Consultative Group on Collaborative Research on Groundnut Rosette Virus Disease, Montpellier, France 1990. Patancheru, India: ICRISAT, 8.

Hull R; Adams AN, 1968. Groundnut rosette and its assistor virus. Annals of Applied Biology, 62:139-145.

Kousalya G; Ayyavoo R; Krishnamurthy CS; Kandaswamy TK, 1973. Viroses of groundnut in Tamil Nadu. Madras Agricultural Journal, 60(1):70-71

Kumar IK; Murant AF; Robinson DJ, 1991. A variant of the satellite RNA of groundnut rosette virus that induces brilliant yellow blotch mosaic symptoms in Nicotiana benthamiana. Annals of Applied Biology, 118(3):555-564

Mayeux A, 1984. The groundnut aphid. Biology and control. Oleagineux, 39(8/9):425-434

Mercer PC, 1977. Pests and diseases of groundnuts in Malawi. I. Virus and foliar diseases. Oleagineux, 32(11):483-488

Misari SM; Abraham JM; Demski JW; Kuhn CW; Casper R; Breyel E, 1988. Aphid transmission of the viruses causing chlorotic rosette and green rosette diseases of peanut in Nigeria. Plant Disease, 72(3):250-253

Mukibii J, 1978. The effect of some crop protection measures on diseases, yield and quality of groundnuts. Proceedings 10th Meeting Association Advanced Agricultural Sciences Africa. University Ibadan, Nigeria, April 1978.

Murant AF, 1989. Groundnut rosette assistor virus. AAB Descriptions of Plant Viruses No. 345. Wellesbourne, UK: Association of Applied Biologists.

Murant AF, 1990. Dependence of groundnut rosette virus on its satellite RNA as well as on groundnut rosette assistor luteovirus for transmission by Aphis craccivora. Journal of General Virology, 71(9):2163-2166

Murant AF, 1990. Recent research on the aetiology of groundnut rosette disease. Annual Report of the Scottish Crop Research Institute, 1989. Invergowrie, UK: Scottish Crop Research Institute, 138-144.

Murant AF; Kumar IK, 1990. Different variants of the satellite RNA of groundnut rosette virus are responsible for the chlorotic and green forms of groundnut rosette disease. Annals of Applied Biology, 117(1):85-92

Murant AF; Rajeshwari R; Robinson DJ; Raschke JH, 1988. A satellite RNA of groundnut rosette virus that is largely responsible for symptoms of groundnut rosette disease. Journal of General Virology, 69(7):1479-1486

Murant AF; Robinson DJ; Blok VC; Scott KP; Torrance L; Farmer M-J, 1993. The groundnut rosette disease virus complex: aetiology, transmission, diagnosis, and novel approaches to control. Annual Report of the Scottish Crop Research Institute, 1992. Invergowrie, UK: Scottish Crop Research Institute, 85-89.

Naidu RA; Bottenberg H; Subrahmanyam P; Kimmins FM; Robinson DJ; Thresh JM, 1998. Epidemiology of groundnut rosette virus disease: current status and future research needs. Annals of Applied Biology, 132(3):525-548; 8 ref.

Naidu RA; Kimmins FM; Deom CM; Subrahmanyam P; Chiyembekeza AJ; Merwe PJAvan der, 1999. Groundnut rosette: a virus disease affecting groundnut production in sub-Saharan Africa. Plant Disease, 83(8):700-709; 85 ref.

Naidu RA; Robinson DJ; Kimmins FM, 1998. Detection of each of the causal agents of groundnut rosette disease in plants and vector aphids by RT-PCR. Journal of Virological Methods, 76(1/2):9-18; 28 ref.

Nigam SN; Bock KR, 1990. Inheritance of resistance to groundnut rosette virus in groundnut (Arachis hypogpa L.). Annals of Applied Biology, 117(3):553-560

Okusanya BAM; Watson MA, 1966. Host range and some properties of groundnut rosette virus. Annals of Applied Biology, 58:377-387.

Olorunju PE; Kuhn CW; Demski JW; Misari SM; Ansa OA, 1991. Disease reactions and yield performance of peanut genotypes grown under groundnut rosette and rosette-free field environments. Plant Disease, 75(12):1269-1273

Padgham D; Kimmins FM; Ranga Rao GV, 1990a. Resistance in groundnuts (Arachis hypogaea L.) to Aphis craccivora Koch. Annals of Applied Biology, 117:285-294.

Rajeshwari R; Murant AF, 1988. Purification and particle properties of groundnut rosette assistor virus and production of a specific antiserum. Annals of Applied Biology, 112(3):403-414

Rajeshwari R; Murant AF; Massalski PR, 1987. Use of monoclonal antibody to potato leafroll virus for detecting groundnut rosette assistor virus by ELISA. Annals of Applied Biology, 111(2):353-358

Reddy DVR, 1984. Groundnut rosette virus. In: Compendium of peanut diseases. St Paul, USA: American Phytopathological Society, 51.

Reddy DVR, 1991. Crop profile. Groundnut viruses and virus diseases: distribution, identification and control. Review of Plant Pathology, 70(9):665-678

Reddy DVR; Murant AF; Duncan GH; Ansa OA; Demski JW; Kuhn CW, 1985. Viruses associated with chlorotic rosette and green rosette diseases of groundnut in Nigeria. Annals of Applied Biology, 107(1):57-64

Reddy DVR; Murant AF; Raschke JH; Mayo MA; Ansa OA, 1985. Properties and partial purification of infective material from plants containing groundnut rosette virus. Annals of Applied Biology, 107(1):65-78

Robinson DJ; Ryabov EV; Raj SK; Roberts IM; Taliansky ME, 1999. Satellite RNA is essential for encapsidation of groundnut rosette umbravirus RNA by groundnut rosette assistor luteovirus coat protein. Virology (New York), 254(1):105-114; 45 ref.

Robinson; DJ; Taliansky; M, 1997. The causal agents of groundnut rosette disease: understanding the complex. Annual Report of the Scottish Crop Research Institute, 1996/7. Invergowrie, UK: Scottish Crop Research Institute, 170-173.

Rossel HW, 1977. Preliminary investigations on the identity and ecology of legume virus diseases in northern Nigeria. Tropical Grain Legume Bulletin, 8:41-46

Ryabov EV; Oparka KJ; Cruz SS; Robinson DJ; Taliansky ME, 1998. Intracellular location of two groundnut rosette umbravirus proteins delivered by PVX and TMV vectors. Virology (New York), 242(2):303-313; 55 ref.

Sauger L; Catharinet M, 1954. Nouvelles observations sur la rosette chlorotique de l'arachide et les lignées sélectionnées. Annales du Centre de Recherches Agronomiques de Bambey au Sénégal, Année 1953. Bulletin Agronomique, 11:204-216.

Scott KP; Farmer MJ; Robinson DJ; Torrance L; Murant AF, 1996. Comparison of the coat protein of groundnut rosette assistor virus with those of other luteoviruses. Annals of Applied Biology, 128(1):77-83; 18 ref.

Storey HH, 1935. The rosette disease of peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.). East African Agricultural Journal, 1:206-211.

Storey HH; Bottomley AM, 1928. The rosette disease of peanuts (Arachis hypogaea L.). Annals of Applied Biology, 15:26-45.

Storey HH; Ryland AK, 1955. Transmission of groundnut rosette virus. Annals of Applied Biology, 43:423-432.

Storey HH; Ryland AK, 1957. Viruses causing rosette and other diseases in groundnut. Annals of Applied Biology, 318-326.

Subrahmanyam P; Bosc JP; Hassane H; Smith DH; Mounkaila A; Ndunguru BJ; Sankara P, 1992. Groundnut diseases in Niger and Burkina Faso. Oléagineux (Paris), 47(3):119-133; 28 ref.

Subrahmanyam P; Hildebrand GL; Naidu RA; Reddy LJ; Singh AK, 1998. Sources of resistance to groundnut rosette disease in global groundnut germplasm. Annals of Applied Biology, 132(3):473-485; 35 ref.

Taliansky ME; Robinson DJ; Murant AF, 1996. Complete nucleotide sequence and organization of the RNA genome of groundnut rosette umbravirus. Journal of General Virology, 77(9):2335-2345; 38 ref.

Verma ML, 1971. Occurrence of Aspergillus blight and rosette disease on some high yielding varieties of groundnut in Raipur, Madhya Pradesh. Indian Phytopathology, 24:620-621.

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Watson MA; Okusanya BAM, 1967. Studies on the transmission of groundnut rosette virus by Aphis craccivora Koch. Annals of Applied Biology, 60:199-208.

Yayock JY, 1977. An epidemic of rosette disease and its effect on growth characteristics and yield of groundnuts in Nigeria. Oleagineux, 32(3):113-115

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Zimmermann A, 1907. Fber eine Krankheit der Erdnüsse (Arachis hypogaea). Der Pflanzer, 3:129-133.

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