FMV

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FMVFair Market Value
FMVFull Motion Video
FMVFaculté de Médecine Vétérinaire (French: Faculty of Veterinary Medicine; various locations)
FMVFörsvarets Materielverk (Swedish Defence Materiel Administration; Procurement agency for the Swedish armed forces)
FMVFrame Vector Metafile
FMVFor My Vehicle (OnStar Corporation)
FMVFakulta Medzinárodných Vztahov (Slovak: Faculty of International Relations)
FMVFonds Municipal Vert (French: Green Municipal Fund)
FMVForces Motrices Valaisannes (Swiss electric company)
FMVFeathery Mottle Virus (plant disease)
FMVFor Maximum Value (King Soopers brand)
FMVForeign Market Value
FMVFinesse Move (gaming)
FMVFredrikstad Mekaniske Verksted (Fredrikstad, Norway)
FMVFuture Market Value
FMVFan Made Video
FMVForest of Marston Vale (UK)
FMVFujitsu Multimedia Vision (Japan)
FMVFeyziye Mektepleri Vakfi (Turkey)
FMVFaijat Mailan Varressa (Finnish sports league)
FMVFuel Metering Valve
FMVFast-Moving Vehicle
FMVFully Maintained Vehicle
FMVFace Mask Ventilator
FMVFamily of Military Vehicles
FMVFull Motion Violence (online gaming)
FMVFédération Musicale Vosgienne
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Despite the importance of the crop especially to small scale farmers, its production is mainly threatened by viral diseases such as Sweet potato feathery mottle virus (SPFMV), Sweet potato mild mottle virus (SPMMV), Sweet potato virus G (SPVG), Sweet potato chlorotic stunt virus (SPCSV), Sweet potato latent virus (SPLV), Sweet potato caulimo-like virus (SPCV), Sweet potato ring spot virus (SPRSV) and Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV).
Effects of Sweet Potato Feathery Mottle Virus and Sweet Potato Chlorotic Stunt Virus on the Yield of Sweet Potato in Uganda.
The ability of cultivars of sweet potato in East Africa to 'revert' from Sweet potato feathery mottle virus infection.
New GM crops it has pressed to build on South Africa's main maize and cotton GM crops include sweet potatoes in Kenya, which are resistant to the feathery mottle virus and also disease-resistant bananas.
[1] The GM sweet potatoes, modified to be resistant to the feathery mottle virus, were as vulnerable to the virus as ordinary varieties, and sometimes their yield was lower.
A number of other developments are designed to increase crop resistance to pests, including potatoes that resist the Colorado beetle; cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, peppers and other crops with greater resistance to the "cucumber mosaic virus"; fruit trees and strawberries that resist the codling moth and vine weevil; viral-resistant papayas; and sweet potato plants that resist the "feathery mottle virus."