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Distribution and severity zones of Potato leafroll luteovirus (PLRV) .

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Authors:

Specialist-biologist A.E.Tsyplenkov,
GIS-specialist M.I. Saulich.

Date of creation:

26.11.2007.

Scale:

1:20 000 000.

Accuracy of map:

It is created on information taken from the map of scale 1:33 000 000.

Projection:

"Alber's Equal Area Conic for the USSR", 9, 1001, 7, 100, 0, 44, 68, 0, 0.

Basic contents:

Vector map is composed of 4 thematic layers. Zones of distribution and severity are shown by polygons.

Accuracy of the classifier:

According to the method of Vlasov & Larina (1982), three zones of PLRV severity are established in the area of distribution. In the zone of high severity, the distribution of this disease on potato is higher than 40-50%, and frequent epiphytoties occur. In the zone of moderate severity, the epiphytoties occur every 8-10 years; in the zone of low severity, the disease development does not exceed 10%.

Method of map production:

The area and severity zones have been marked on a blank map by results of the analysis of published materials. The zone of high severity includes the republics of Central Asia, Transcaucasia, Kazakhstan, the Northern Caucasus, western regions of Ukraine. The zone of moderate severity is shown for Byelorussia, Central Chernozem zone, Moldova, Primorskii Territory, Baltic States, Sakhalin, Altai Territory, Nizhnii Novgorod, Ivanovo, and Velikii Novgorod Regions. The potato leaf roll does not exceed 5-10% on the remaining territory of potato growing (Bubentsov, 1967; Ambrosov, Davidchik, 1975; Randalu, Kass, 1976; Zykin, 1976; Zhukova, 1983). Correction of severity zones has been performed according to the vector map of the largest potato lands distribution (Koroleva et al., 2003).

Reference citations:

Ambrosov A.L., Davidchik L.Ya. 1975. The harmfulness of L-virus of potato in Belorussia. In: Yurkevich I.D., ed. Botany. Issue 17. Minsk: Nauka i Tekhnika, p.176-180. (in Russian).
Bubentsov S.T. 1967. Leaf roll. In: Potato diseases. Alma-Ata: Kainar, p.19-24. (in Russian).
Cherepanova R.V. & Sinitsin V.V. 1980. To the question of the diagnostics of potato leaf roll virus. Selektsia i semenovodstvo kartofelya 36: 92-97. (in Russian).
Goncharov V.S. & Morozova N.P. 1978. Potato leaf roll in Central Chernozem zone. In Kuznin N.A., ed. Technology of growing grain, industrial and forage crops. Scientific Transactions of Agricultural Research Institute of Central Chernozem zone. V.15(1). Kamennaya Step': Agricultural Research Institute of Central Chernozem zone, p.120-127. (in Russian).
Ivshin E.I. & Krasavin V.F. 1988. Distribution and harmfulness of potato leaf roll in the conditions of the South-East. In: Bobrov L.G., ed. Scientific provision of potato production in Kazakhstan. Alma-Ata: VASKhNIL, Eastern branch, p.18-27. (in Russian).
Koroleva I.E., Vil'chevskaya E.V., Rukhovich D.I. 2003. Vector maps of potato lands distribution. http://www.agroatlas.ru
Maryukhina Z.D. & Baidin V.A. 1986. Potato leaf roll in the conditions of the Southeast of Kazakhstan. Vestnik selskokhozyaistvennoi nauki Kazakhstana 1: 44-46. (in Russian).
Randalu I. & Kass Kh. 1976. About potato leaf roll in Estonian SSR. In: The ways of introduction of progressive methods of plant protection in agricultural production. (Proc. scientific-practical conf.). Riga: MSKh Latv.SSR, p.97-98. (in Russian).
Vlasov Yu.I. & Larina E.I. 1982. Agricultural virology. Moscow: Kolos. 237 pp. (in Russian).
Zhukova I.M. 1983. About potato leaf roll in Byelorussia. In: Migene M.Ya., ed. Ways of the further improvement of plant protection in Baltic republics and Byelorussia. Part 2. Riga: Upr.NTI MSKh Latv.SSR, p.111-113. (in Russian).
Zhukova I.M. 1989. About distribution of potato leaf roll virus. In: Samersov V.F., ed. Zashchita rastenii. V.14. Minsk: Uradzhai, p.35-38. (in Russian).
Zykin A.G. 1976. Distribution of viral and mycoplasma diseases and their pathogens. In: Viral diseases of potato. Leningrad: Kolos, p.38. (in Russian).

Right and copyright:

All rights reserved. Copyright 2007 © A.E.Tsyplenkov & M.I.Saulich (VIZR; vector map, description).
 

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