2 edition of Handbook of phytopathogenic viruses found in the catalog.
Handbook of phytopathogenic viruses
Francis O. Holmes
|Other titles||Phytopathogenic viruses, Handbook of.|
|Statement||by Francis O. Holmes|
|LC Classifications||SB736 .H6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., vii, 221 p.|
|Number of Pages||221|
|LC Control Number||40004108|
Plant pathogenic bacteria impact innumerable and valuable agricultural crops, causing hundreds of millions of dollars in damage each year. Understanding their evolution is paramount to establishing and effecting practical disease management strategies to reduce or prevent their reproduction and spread. The Application of Molecular Methods in Diagnostics of Phytopathogenic Viruses 73 Master mix is prepar ed in a separate, preferably s terile, in a laminar ow hood. e required ingredients are p.
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Manufacturer: Burgess Publishing Co. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Holmes, Francis Oliver, Handbook of phytopathogenic viruses. Minneapolis, Minn., Burgess Publishing Company, © Book: Handbook of Phytopathogenic Viruses. + pp. Abstract: In view of the great increase in knowledge of phytopathogenic viruses, a need has arisen for a system of classification classification Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and EquipmentCited by: In book: Virus Diseases of Important Agricultural Crops in the Arab Region, Chapter: 2, Publisher: Arab Society for Plant Protection, Beirut, Lebanon, Editors: K.M.
Author(s): Holmes,Francis Oliver, Title(s): Handbook of phytopathogenic viruses,by Francis O. Holmes Country of Publication: United States Publisher. This book covers the following topics: Virus history, Virus Diversity, Virus Shapes, Virus Sizes, Components of genomes, Isolation and purification of viruses and components, Virus host interaction, Positive strand RNA virus, Negative strand RNA viruses, Other RNA viruses and DNA viruses.
Handbook Of Diagnostic Virology Testing (PDF 41P. This interesting handbook discusses plant viruses in 27 groups and 31 unclassified viruses in naturally infected legumes. The viruses were observed in field infections of species in 64 genera of the Leguminosae. The book presents information regarding resistance sources and resistance-breeding, vectors, seed transmission, and host ranges.
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Huff Annual Review of Microbiology V ARIABILITY AND G ENETIC S TRUCTURE OF P LANT V IRUS P OPULATIONS Fernando García-Arenal, Aurora Fraile, and José M. Malpica. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The purpose of this chapter is to illustrate some techniques exploiting the properties of viral nucleic acids by which plant viruses can be identified and the diseases they induce diagnosed.
These methods are basically the same as those used in other fields of biology and, therefore, some details of their description may appear repetitious, if. Virus cross-infection is an important topic in understanding the course of virus dissemination and evolution.
Viruses may spread between the same host species or into taxonomically distinct organisms. The occurrences of cross-kingdom viral infection for certain virus groups are suggested by the current virus taxonomic data. In particular, several plants and fungal viruses show.
The nature of the virus inducing crinkle mosaic in the potato variety Benimaru is reported in this paper. Mottling of the upper six to seven leaves is distinct throughout the entire growth stages of the plant, although it may be masked in the hot season.
Plant viruses are small sized plant pathogens. They are obligate parasites and among the major limiting factors to modern agriculture.
The incidence of plant viruses has been shown in woody and herbaceous plants, soil and surface waters. Many of them have a wide host range and are characterized by efficient virus transmission. Phytopathogenic bacteria are causative infectious agents of plant diseases.
The word 'Phyto' refers to plant and pathogenic bacteria, fungi, molds and viruses specific to plant species are responsible for induction of disease symptoms.
Generally bacteria are saprophytic but few species are parasitic which can be found within or outside plant. – best resource for reading books.
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A hundred years ago the existence of viruses was unknown. The beginning of knowledge of this group of infectious agents indeed goes back only a half century. It is not yet fifty years since Beijerinck 1 established that the infectious agent of tobacco mosaic disease is filtrable and called it a.
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Oxford [Oxfordshire] ; Boston: Blackwell Scientific Publications, (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.Handbook of phytopathogenic viruses, (Minneapolis, Minn., Burgess Publishing Company, c), by Francis O.
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