Cucumber Mosaic Virus (CMV-2) resistant Squash
Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) occurs worldwide on cucumber and other cucurbits such as squash. CMV is a plant pathogenic RNA virus of the family Bromoviridae , from the plant virus genus Cucumovirus . This virus affects crops in both temperate and tropical climates.
Modern plant breeding has developed genetic resistances against this pest in several crops. These resistance loci when integrated in commercial varieties help in the disease management of important crop plants.
New cucurbita plants having a potent resistance locus called CMV-2 are described, together with methods for introgressing the resistance into cucurbita plants. This locus provides the crops with a high level of protection against CMV infections.
Syngenta commercial varieties that contain the CMV resistance locus :
Athos / Naxos / Syros / Rigas / Topazio / Pascola / GS3604 / BZ4850 / Kerkira / Eros / Samos / Giulia / Brice / Angelina / Paycheck / Payload / Emerald Desire / Gold Star
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Access to trait know-how and molecular markers to increase the efficiency with which the trait can be introduced into the market will be negotiated as a lump-sum fee or an additional royalty rate.
Materials and Know-How
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As Syngenta continuously produces new materials and increases its know-how on this trait, we can offer a licensee additional know-how and material related to this native trait further to the patent license through TraitAbility. This can be important for licensees that intend to use the trait in their commercial variety production. Furthermore, early access to Syngenta material containing the trait can help in getting this trait earlier in your varieties.