Download e-book for iPad: Applied Plant Virology by David G. A. Walkey (auth.)

By David G. A. Walkey (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0412357402

ISBN-13: 9780412357404

ISBN-10: 9401130906

ISBN-13: 9789401130905

For the earlier 20 years i've got labored as an utilized plant virologist, trying to determine and keep watch over virus illnesses in box vegetation. over the past ten years it's been my privilege to give brief classes in plant virology to final-year scholars learning plant pathology, micro­ biology and common botany. through the interval i've been lecturing, it's been attainable to suggest numerous very good 'library' books for extra examining in plant virology, yet there was no ebook protecting utilized plant virology pupil may possibly give some thought to buying. With educating requisites in brain this booklet has been written to supply a concise advent to utilized plant virology in line with the stories i've got won engaged on virus illnesses, either in an utilized laboratory and within the box. The textual content concentrates on introducing the reader to points of plant virology that will be encountered on a daily basis via an utilized virologist attempting to determine viruses and increase regulate measures for virus illnesses of crop vegetation. even supposing a quick advent to virus constitution and its terminology is given within the commencing bankruptcy of the e-book, no try out is made to hide intimately the extra primary facets of virus constitution, biochemistry and replication. equally, the indications attributable to person viruses will not be defined, even though some of the forms of signs that plant viruses reason and that can be encountered by way of a pupil or learn employee are described.

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Schneider, I. R. (1969). Satellite-like particle of tobacco ringspot virus that 22 Plant Virology: An Introduction resembles tobacco ringspot virus. Sci 166, 1627-9. Schneider, I. R. (1977). Defective plant viruses. Res (ed. Romberger, J. , Anderson, J. D. ) Allanheld, Osmun & Co: Seif, A. A. (1982). Effect of cassava mosaic virus on yield of cassava. Plant Dis R 66,661-2. Sill, W. , Fellows, H. and King, C. L. (1955). Kansas wheat mosaic situation (1953-4). Plant Dis R 39, 29-30. Slykhius,J. T.

A. (1960). Effect of time of infection by lettuce mosaic virus on rate of growth and yield of Great Lakes Lettuce. Proc Am Soc Hort Sci 76, 448--54. 6 Further Selected Reading Ansa, A. , Bowyer, J. W. and Shepherd, R ]. (1982). Evidence for replication of cauliflower mosaic virus DNA in plant nuclei. Virol 121, 147-56. Bos, L. (1982). Crop losses caused by viruses. Crop Prot 1, 263-82. Gordon, K. , Gill, D. S. and Symons, R. H. (1982). Highly purified cucumber mosaic virus induced RN A-dependent RN A polymerase does Further Selected Reading 23 not contain any of the full length translation products of the genomic RN As.

Gibbs, A. J. and Harrison, B. D. (1976). Plant virology, the principles, Edward Arnold: London. Gierer, A. and Schramm, G. (1956). Infectivity of ribonucleic acid from tobacco mosaic virus. Nature 177, 702. Gooding, G. V. (1970). Tobacco etch virus and tobacco mosaic virus in Nicotiana tabacum. In Crop loss assessment methods (ed. ). Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux: Slough. Gooding, G. V. and Main, C. E. (1981). Estimating losses caused by tomato vein mottling virus in Burley tobacco. Plant Dis R 65, 889-9l.

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