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Mosaic disease

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noun

An infectious disease in plants characterized by the speckled appearance in leaves due to mottling and discoloration caused by a mosaic virus.


Supplement

Mosaic viruses that cause such disease are the plum pox virus and the tobacco mosaic virus.


Word origin: mosaic + disease

See also: mosaic virus


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