2 edition of Plant viruses and virus diseases. found in the catalog.
Plant viruses and virus diseases.
F. C. Bawden
|Series||A new series of plant science books -- v.13., New series of plant science books -- v.13.|
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|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||40000163|
This Chapter describes the history of Plant Virology noting that in several instances it has led the whole of virology in revealing various concepts. It then discusses how plant viruses differ from other disease-causing agents leading on to the definition of a virus/It concludes by giving a.
Although plant viruses do not have an immediate impact on humans to the extent that human viruses do, the damage they do to food supplies has a significant indi-rect effect.
The study of plant viruses has led the overall understanding of viruses in many aspects. HISTORY Although many early written and pictorial records of diseases caused by File Size: 1MB. Furthermore, it presents the development of plant virus serology, as well as the improved methods of virus isolation that allow the classification of viruses into related groups.
The book includes a Bibliography and an Index of Synonyms that can be used in identifying given virus name. In addition, cross-references are included for searching a.
Plant viruses have been recognized as plant pathogens for just over years and the number of recognized plant viruses has grown exponentially, in part by the discovery of new virus diseases, in part by the recognition of existing problems as virally caused diseases, in part by the origin of new virus entities and, in part by refining our.
There is a serious scientific concern about the transmission of plant viruses sexually through seed and asexually through plant propagules. The present book provides the latest information along with the total list of seed transmitted virus and viroid diseases at global level including, the yield losses, diagnostic techniques, mechanism of seed.
Most plant viruses have at least 3 genes: 1 (or more) concerned with replication of the nucleic acid, 1 (or more) concerned with cell-to-cell movement of the virus and 1 (or more) encoding a structural protein that is assembled into the virus particle (usually called the "coat" or "capsid" protein).
Plant virus and sub-viral pathogens pose severe constraints to the production of wide range of economically important crops worldwide. The crops raised both through true seed and vegetative propagated materials are affected with number of virus and virus-like diseases.
The virus may enter into plants through seed planting materials or by vectors. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bawden, Frederick Charles. Plant viruses and virus diseases. Waltham, Mass., The Chronica botanica company, Chemical and physicl properties of purified virus preparations -- ch.
The crystallinity of plant viruses 00 ch. The estimation of particle sizes -- ch. Types of inactivation -- ch. Taxonomy of viruses -- ch. Virus diseases and host-plant physiology -- ch. Control measures against virus diseases -. The Subject Of Plant Viruses And Virus Diseases Are Receiving Increasing Attention At The Hands Of Research Scholars Such As Chemists, Crystallographers, Entomologists, Geneticist.
The book includes studies covering plant virus structures and molecular biology of virus infection/replication mechanisms, disease symptoms, host range, phylogenetic relationships, virus detection methods, available viral control strategies, plant immunity against viruses and the development of virus resistant plants, among other : Aleksei Anatoliyovych Stepanenko.
Plant viruses are viruses that infect plants. Control of plant viruses is of great economic importance worldwide, because these viruses cause diseases that destroy commercial crops. Like other viruses, a plant virus particle, also known as a virion, is an extremely small infectious : Regina Bailey.
Carole Caranta et al, from "Recent Advances in Plant Virology" Eds: Carole Caranta, Miguel A. Aranda, Mark Tepfer and J.J. Lopez-Moya () Caister Academic translation and replication of viral RNA, viral movement within and between plants, plant responses to viral infection, antiviral control measures, virus evolution, newly emerging plant viruses and the biotechnological.
The course covers viruses as causal agents of plant diseases; biological, chemical, and physiological properties of plant viruses; methods of transmission; host-virus and vector-virus relationship and some aspects of molecular virology.
The laboratory section emphasizes on techniques for virus disease diagnosis and virus Size: 22KB. The present book provides the latest information along with the total list of seed transmitted virus and viroid diseases at global level including, the yield losses, diagnostic techniques.
Handbook of Plant Virus Diseases presents basic information about viral-caused and viral-like diseases in many cultivated crops. The editors, internationally known plant pathologists, provide authoritative descriptive symptomatic signatures of virus diseases, to aid in.
This book covers all the pertinent aspects of plant viruses historical aspects, virus structure and composition, genome diversity, disease symptoms, transmission, virus multiplication, interactions between viruses, hosts and vectors, disease physiology, ecology, epidemiology, management of diseases, etc.
Further, it includes recent developments in the field of plant virology as well as Reviews: 2. Diagnosis of Plant Virus Diseases presents a comprehensive summary of methods currently available for the diagnosis of plant diseases caused by viruses and viroids.
Up-to-date literature references are provided, brief accounts of the basis for particular methods are. Book Description. Diagnosis of Plant Virus Diseases presents a comprehensive summary of methods currently available for the diagnosis of plant diseases caused by viruses and viroids.
Up-to-date literature references are provided, brief accounts of the basis for particular methods are included, and detailed protocols are presented.
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This book is a complete source of current information on important plant virus diseases. This practical resource will guide its readers toward the development and application of novel technologies for plant virus disease control. Coverage includes diseases of crops including corn, wheat, barley, oats, rice, sugarcane, bean, faba bean, peanut, potato, tomato, cucumber, citrus, stone fruits.
Chapter 6; Detection of plant viruses in Detection of plant viruses in In: Seed-borne Plant Virus Diseases by K Subramanya Sastry, Springer, India - (pp ).
The symptoms that a plant shows are determined by which viruses are present, the relative proportions of each, the order in which they infected the plant, the plant’s natural resistance to the strains of the viruses, and the environmental conditions: some symptoms are temperature dependent, for example.
Book Description. Handbook of Plant Virus Diseases presents basic information about viral-caused and viral-like diseases in many cultivated crops. The editors, internationally known plant pathologists, provide authoritative descriptive symptomatic signatures of virus diseases, to aid in the diagnosis and possible control of viruses.
There is a serious scientific concern about the transmission of plant viruses sexually through seed and asexually through plant propagules. The present book provides the latest information along with the total list of seed transmitted virus and viroid diseases at global level including, the yield losses, diagnostic techniques, mechanism of seed Brand: Springer India.
A Textbook of Plant Virus Diseases deals with a discussion of different plant viruses, their properties, and the corresponding diseases these viruses cause. It includes a list of host plants of every virus arranged Edition: 3.
The subject of Plant Viruses and Virus diseases are receiving increasing attention at the hands of research scholars such as Chemists, Crystallographers, Entomologists, Geneticists, Serologists, Physicists etc. They are able to bring fresh techniques to the subject. Book: Plant viruses and virus diseases.
2 pp pp. Abstract: "This", as the author states in his preface to the first edition (), "is not meant to be a textbook of virus diseases" and consequently, as an examination of the subject-index and the two chapters on Symptomatology symptomatology Subject Category: Disciplines Cited by: Also, a few viruses invade all new meristem tip tissues, whereas most others leave the growing points of stems or roots of affected plants apparently free of virus.
Symptoms caused by plant viruses. Almost all viral diseases seem to cause some degree of dwarfing or stunting of the entire plant and reduction in total yield. Plants respond to pathogens using elaborate networks of genetic interactions. Recently, significant progress has been made in understanding RNA silencing and how viruses counter this apparently ubiquitous antiviral defense.
In addition, plants also induce hypersensitive and systemic acquired resistance responses, which together limit the virus to infected cells and impart resistance to Cited by: This book provides the latest valuable overview of the plant virus and virus-like diseases in tropical countries on aspects like introduction about plant viruses, their classification; transmission and diagnostic techniques; the well written chapters are thoroughly up-to-date and amply and clearly illustrated with numerous photographs.
The viruses that infect bacteria are called bacteriophages, or simply phages. The word phage comes from the Greek word for devour. Other viruses are just identified by their host group, such as animal or plant viruses.
Once a cell is infected, the effects of the virus can vary depending on the type of. Use this book to simplify diagnosis of nematode problems and identify plant-parasitic nematodes. With its descriptive key and detailed drawings, Diagnosing Plant Diseases Caused by Nematodes assists readers in differentiating plant-parasitic nematodes from free-living (microbivorous) nematodes found commonly in the soil around plant roots and within symptomatic plant tissue.
PLANT VIRUSES AND INSECTS Wayne B. Hunter U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service U.S. Horticultural Research Laboratory Ft. Pierce, Florida, USA The principal families of insect vectors which cause the most damage to agricultural crops through the spread of plant diseases are in the order Hemiptera, and include the aphids,File Size: KB.
The following points highlight the four main diseases caused by virus in plants. The diseases are: 1. Tobacco Mosaic 2. Cucumber Mosaic 3. Yellow Vein Mosaic of Bhindi 4. Little Leaf of Brinjal. Disease # 1. Tobacco Mosaic: This plant disease is caused by Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV).
It is known to occur in all tobacco growing countries of the. Plant virus, any of a number of agents that can cause plant disease. Plant viruses are of considerable economic importance because many of them infect crop and ornamental plants.
Numerous plant viruses are rodlike and can be extracted readily from plant tissue and crystallized. The majority of them. Over individual descriptions of plant viruses or virus groups. Nos were originally published in paper form by the Association of Applied Biologists (AAB) between andwhile additional descriptions have been added to a CD-ROM (also published by the AAB) since Author information: (1)Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, TAMU, Texas A&M University, College Station, TXUSA.
Many scientists, if not all, feel that their particular plant virus should appear in any list of the most important plant viruses.
However, to Cited by: “Most people think of viruses as parasites, but they aren't parasites at all. An organism has to be considered alive to be classified as a parasite. Viruses don't do any of things living organisms do.
They don't grow, they can't move on their own, and they don't metabolize. They don't even have cells. This book attests to the huge diversity of research in plant molecular virology. Written by world authorities in the field, the book opens with two chapters on the translation and replication of viral RNA.
Following chapters cover topics such as viral movement within and between plants, plant responses to viral infection, antiviral control measures, virus evolution, and newly emerging plant.Plant Viruses.
Most plant viruses, like the tobacco mosaic virus, have single-stranded (+) RNA genomes. However, there are also plant viruses in most other virus categories.
Unlike bacteriophages, plant viruses do not have active mechanisms for delivering the viral genome across the protective cell wall.plant diseases caused by viruses The presence of viruses in host cells often results in disease.
or more viruses are known to attack plants ( viruses are described for plants, animals, bacteria, etc.). viruses are generally specific, what infects a plant does not cause disease in an animal, and vice versa.