This presentation provides an overview of the Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) test for the detection of plant viruses. The ELISA test is a highly sensitive and specific method for detecting viral antigens in plant tissues, seeds, and other plant materials. The presentation covers the principles of ELISA test, including the different types of ELISA tests, such as direct, indirect, sandwich, and competitive ELISA. The steps involved in the ELISA test, including sample preparation, antibody labeling, incubation, and detection, are discussed in detail. The advantages and limitations of the ELISA test for plant virus detection are also highlighted. The presentation includes a comparison of the ELISA test with other diagnostic methods for plant viruses, such as polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and serological assays. Finally, the presentation provides examples of the applications of the ELISA test for plant virus detection, including its use in crop protection, disease management, and quarantine measures. The presentation concludes with a summary of the key points discussed and recommendations for the use of the ELISA test in plant virus detection.