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Some factors determining the level of bean yellow mosaic virus transmission by aphids

Gene Paul Carpenter

Some factors determining the level of bean yellow mosaic virus transmission by aphids

by Gene Paul Carpenter

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bean yellow mosaic virus.,
  • Aphididae.

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    Statementby Gene Paul Carpenter.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14336896M

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Some factors determining the level of bean yellow mosaic virus transmission by aphids by Gene Paul Carpenter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Donato Gallitelli, Giovanni P. Martelli, in Advances in Virus Research, H Broad bean wilt virus. BBWV was first isolated in southern Italy, in mixed infection with ArLV and, occasionally, CraV and Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV), from plants of cv.

Castellammare showing yellow mottle, mosaic, or line patterns (Russo and Rana, ).The virus was further studied by.

Aphids: Non-persistent transmission. tested for their ability to transmit Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (ZYMV) from and to zucchini under laboratory conditions.

our current understanding of. Transmission Efficiency of Cucumber mosaic virus by Aphids Associated with Virus Epidemics in Snap Bean Article (PDF Available) in Phytopathology 98(11). The soybean aphid (Aphis glycines Matsumura) is an insect pest of soybean (Glycine max (L.) Merr.) that is exotic to North America.

The soybean aphid is native to Asia. It has been described as a common pest of soybeans in China and as an occasional pest of soybeans in Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Thailand. The soybean aphid was first Family: Aphididae. CHAPTER 8 ACCESSORY FACTORS IN NONPERSISTENT VIRUS TRANSMISSION Thomas P.

Pirone Department of Plant Pathology University of Kentucky Lexington, Kentucky INTRODUCTION THE HELPER COMPONENT PRODUCED IN VIRUS-INFECTED PLANTS Development of the Helper Concept Viruses Which Require a Helper Sources Cited by: Plant viruses are viruses that affect all other viruses, plant viruses are obligate intracellular parasites that do not have the molecular machinery to replicate without a viruses can be pathogenic to higher plants.

Most plant viruses are rod-shaped, with protein discs forming a tube surrounding the viral genome; isometric particles are another common structure. contained substances inhibitory to the transmission of tobacco mosaic virus.

such as the bean seed program of New York, have with-stood the test of time. Indeed, although DWM is aphid-trans- terization of some isolates of cucumber mosaic virus. Ann. Phytopathol. McColley, R. H., and H. Miller. Philodendron. Some insects and mites, including many kinds of aphids, are highly dedicated to just one or a few types of host plants and will not establish populations in crop plants nearby.

For example, banker plants such as barley or oats, can be used to maintain grain aphids that are an alternate food source for beneficial insects, such as ladybeetles or.

Effects were smaller after April: earlier sowing increased total dry weight by 25–30 t/ha and, when leaf diseases and barley yellow dwarf virus were controlled, increased yield by 09-l0t/ha.

Increasing the amount of N applied by 70 kg/ha (from or 80), increased yield only in and then only when fungicide was by: Persistent circulative transmission of plant viruses involves complex interactions between the transmitted virus and its insect vector.

Several studies have shown that insect vector proteins are involved in the passage and the transmission of the virus. Interestingly, proteins expressed by bacterial endosymbionts that reside in the insect vector, were also shown to influence the Cited by: Examples of viruses spread by soybean aphid include alfalfa mosaic virus, soybean mosaic virus, and bean yellow mosaic virus.

Economic threshold. Scouting is achieved by examining plants for signs of aphids (e.g., disfigured leaves, ants on plants, cast aphid skins, honeydew on leaves) and aphids in plant : Dominic Reisig.

Bean Beet Cabbage Carrot Celery Collards Copy_Paste Corn Crucifers Monitor adults with a yellow and white Unitrap March through May. Monitor during June if catch over 40 moths. Variegated cutworms: Monitor adults with blacklight trap or yellow and white Unitrap from July to September.

Distroy crop residue in the fall to help manage some. Fungicide temporarily decreased the incidence of some components of the mioroflora on the ears. Pesticide increased grain yield of wheat after oats only inwhen aphids on the ears were numerous. Aphids were present on early-sown plots in all three autumns but there was little barley yellow dwarf virus infection even without by: It is a recombinant with a major parent (nts98% ID; 84% of the sequence) closest to an unusual isolate of sugarcane mosaic virus from Canna sp., in China (KY), and a minor parent (nts ) closest to an unusual isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus (DQ; 95% ID) also isolated from “naturally planted” Canna sp., in Author: Adrian J.

Gibbs, Mohammad Hajizadeh, Kazusato Ohshima, Roger A.C. Jones. Njau PJR, Lyimo HFJ () Incidence of Bean common mosaic virus and Bean common mosaic necrosis virus in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and wild legume seed lots in Tanzania.

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Full text of "A Manual Of Virus Diseases Of Tropical Plants". TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS METHODS OF TRANSMISSION. TRANSMISSION BY NEMATODES attributed mainly to infection by bean yellow mosaic virus. The motley virus disease of carrots has been reported by Stubbs () to be be transmitted by aphids or by leafhoppers, but some of them are now known to be.

Figure Ryegrass mosaic virus on annual ryegrass (severe strain). Ryegrass mosaic virus (RMV) causes a light green to yellow mosaic on Lolium spp. and has been reported from North America and Europe (Slykhuis, ). In Great Britain, RMV is probably the most damaging disease of annual and perennial ryegrasses (Heard et al., ).

INTRODUCTION. Over the past twenty five years, Arabidopsis thaliana has been utilized as a model plant to study plant growth, development and adaptation to the environment (Koornneef and Meinke, ).Arabidopsis has also provided valuable information on plant-insect interactions, including those involving insects in the orders Coleoptera, Diptera, Hemiptera, Cited by:   Abstract.

Virus and viroid diseases are serious constraints to the production and profitability of a wide range of tropical crops. Many plant virus outbreaks have been recorded in the last two decades around the world and the ultimate aim of the applied plant virologist is to devise measures for combating the virus and viroid by:.

Spread of Bean Yellow Mosaic virus by pea aphids in predator-containing and predator-free cages. Total plants Total no. aphids colonized by No. of infected Infection in plot a f ter 3 aphids from plants a f ter 12 spread Plot days infected plant days (cm) 1 12 11 7 60 2 9 11 9 60 3 10 12 12 50 4 9 12 10 60 5 15 15 8 60 6 16 9 4 42 Control 1 Aphids are among the world's major pest groups, causing serious economic damage to many food and commodity crops in most parts of the world.

This revision and update of the well-received first edition published ten years ago reflects the expansion of research in genomics, endosymbionts and semiochemicals, as well as the shift from control of aphids with.

Aphids are important pests of plants that use their stylets to tap into the sieve elements to consume phloem sap. Besides the removal of photosynthates, aphid infestation also alters source-sink patterns. Most aphids also vector viral diseases. In this chapter, we will summarize on recent significant findings in plant-aphid interaction, and how studies involving Cited by: