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German translation: Gelbader-Gurkenvirus (CVYV, cucumber vein yellowing virus)

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Spanish term or phrase:Virus de las venas amarillas
German translation:Gelbader-Gurkenvirus (CVYV, cucumber vein yellowing virus)
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18:41 Jan 7, 2002
Spanish to German translations [PRO]
/ Landwirtschaft
Spanish term or phrase: el virus de las venas amarillas
Las pérdidas causados en las producciones del litoral granadino por los temporales de granizo, los tornados del pasado noviembre, el virus de las venas amarillas del pepino y los precios bajos del mercado, "exigen" tomar medidas, ....
kadu
Spain
Local time: 18:11
Gelbader-Gurkenvirus (CVYV, cucumber vein yellowing virus)
Explanation:
Offensichtlich ist dieser Virus im deutschen Sprachraum noch nicht zum Problem geworden, ich habe nur Hinweise auf "Gurkenwelke" und den "Gurkenmosaikvirus" gefunden - das ist aber der CMV (cucumber mosaic virus). In jedem Fall ist aber der spanische Ausdruck immer wortgleich mit der englischen Bezeichnung und die englischen Abkürzungen werden auch im Spanischen verwendet. Vielleicht ist es daher angezeigt, wörtlich zu übersetzen und die englische Bezeichnung und bzw. Abkürzung dahinter zu setzen).

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... La Mojonera) nº 34 mes-año Junio-2001 CULTIVOS HORTÍCOLAS VIRUS DE LAS VENAS AMARILLAS
DEL PEPINO: CVYV (Cucumber vein yellowing virus) Síntomas en hoja de ...
desaveal.ual.es/sifa/Documentos/Avisos/Avi_CVYV.pdf

Cucumber vein yellowing virusWhy: Cucumber vein yellowing virus (CVYV) came to our attention because of its recent introduction into Spain and the damage it is causing there.Where: CVYV was first described in Israel on cucumber (Cohen & Nitzany, 1960). In 1985, it was reported from Jordan (Al Musa et al., 1985). In 1989, it was detected for the first time in Turkey (Yilmaz et al., 1989). It occurs also in Sudan (Desbiez et al., 2001) and probably also in Saudi Arabia and Syria (found in Internet but could not be confirmed from literature, so far). Found for the first time in 2000, in Spain, in the region of Almería.On which plants: Restricted to Cucurbitaceae. Cucumis sativus, Cucumis melo, Cucurbita pepo, C. moschata, C. foetidissima, Citrullus lanatus, C. colocynthis.Damage: Vein clearing followed by leaf chlorosis and yellow/green chlorotic spots on fruits. Little data is available on the severity of the disease in the Middle East. In Jordan, Mansour (1994) reported that in 1992, CVYV could be detected in 43 % of tested samples collected from cucumber crops grown under plastic. Losses are reported from Spain, but no figures are given.

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Katrin Zinsmeister
Local time: 14:11
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Vielen Dank. Ja ich denke, das ist die beste Lösung. Frohes neues Jahr auch aus Madrid.
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Gelbader-Gurkenvirus (CVYV, cucumber vein yellowing virus)


Explanation:
Offensichtlich ist dieser Virus im deutschen Sprachraum noch nicht zum Problem geworden, ich habe nur Hinweise auf "Gurkenwelke" und den "Gurkenmosaikvirus" gefunden - das ist aber der CMV (cucumber mosaic virus). In jedem Fall ist aber der spanische Ausdruck immer wortgleich mit der englischen Bezeichnung und die englischen Abkürzungen werden auch im Spanischen verwendet. Vielleicht ist es daher angezeigt, wörtlich zu übersetzen und die englische Bezeichnung und bzw. Abkürzung dahinter zu setzen).

PDF] AAAVVVIIISSSOOOSSS EEE IIINNNFFFOOORRRMMMAAA CCCIIIOOONNNEEES
Dateiformat: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - HTML-Version
... La Mojonera) nº 34 mes-año Junio-2001 CULTIVOS HORTÍCOLAS VIRUS DE LAS VENAS AMARILLAS
DEL PEPINO: CVYV (Cucumber vein yellowing virus) Síntomas en hoja de ...
desaveal.ual.es/sifa/Documentos/Avisos/Avi_CVYV.pdf

Cucumber vein yellowing virusWhy: Cucumber vein yellowing virus (CVYV) came to our attention because of its recent introduction into Spain and the damage it is causing there.Where: CVYV was first described in Israel on cucumber (Cohen & Nitzany, 1960). In 1985, it was reported from Jordan (Al Musa et al., 1985). In 1989, it was detected for the first time in Turkey (Yilmaz et al., 1989). It occurs also in Sudan (Desbiez et al., 2001) and probably also in Saudi Arabia and Syria (found in Internet but could not be confirmed from literature, so far). Found for the first time in 2000, in Spain, in the region of Almería.On which plants: Restricted to Cucurbitaceae. Cucumis sativus, Cucumis melo, Cucurbita pepo, C. moschata, C. foetidissima, Citrullus lanatus, C. colocynthis.Damage: Vein clearing followed by leaf chlorosis and yellow/green chlorotic spots on fruits. Little data is available on the severity of the disease in the Middle East. In Jordan, Mansour (1994) reported that in 1992, CVYV could be detected in 43 % of tested samples collected from cucumber crops grown under plastic. Losses are reported from Spain, but no figures are given.



Katrin Zinsmeister
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Vielen Dank. Ja ich denke, das ist die beste Lösung. Frohes neues Jahr auch aus Madrid.
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