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Plant viruses and virus diseases

Frederick Charles Bawden

Plant viruses and virus diseases

by Frederick Charles Bawden

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Published by Chronica Botanica in Waltham, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Viruses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby F. C. Bawden.
    SeriesA New series of plant science books, ed. by Frans Verdoorn. Vol. v, New series of plant science books -- v. 5.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination6 p. l., 272 p.
    Number of Pages272
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17873967M
    LC Control Number40000163

    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. 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 .

    Discover the best Infectious Diseases in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. Best Sellers in Infectious Diseases #1. The Great Influenza: The Story of the Deadliest Pandemic in History Animal Viruses and Humans, a Narrow Divide: How Lethal Zoonotic Viruses Spill Over and Threaten Us. For example, the symptoms of specific plant diseases form the basis for the following disease names: tobacco mosaic, turnip crinkle, barley yellow dwarf, ring spot of watermelon, cucumber mosaic, spotted wilt of tomato. Some viruses have a broader host range than the name of disease or virus may imply.

    Contents. Generic summaries, virus species. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary This reference work is a product of the international VIDE (Virus Identification Data Exchange) project, which uses the DELTA (Description Language for Taxonomy) database system to collect diagnostic information on all plant viruses. Virology is the study of viruses, complexes of nucleic acids and proteins that have the capacity for replication in animal, plant and bacterial cells. To replicate themselves, viruses usurp functions of the host cells on which they are parasites. The viral parasite causes changes in the cell, particularly its antigenicity; moreover.


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Plant viruses and virus diseases by Frederick Charles Bawden Download PDF EPUB FB2

The book discusses the new types of disease vectors, such as root-infesting fungi, nematode worms, mites, and insects that are both biting and sucking. It also discusses the development of new techniques in electron microscopy that is used to characterize in detail the causal viruses of a number of plant virus diseases.

About this book 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 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. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bawden, Frederick Charles. Plant viruses and virus diseases. Waltham, Mass., The Chronica botanica company, Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bawden, F.C.

(Frederick Charles). Plant viruses and virus diseases. New York: Ronald Press Co., []. Book chapter Full text access Viruses induce a wide range of both macroscopic and microscopic symptoms in plants that they infect, which can lead in many cases to significant losses of crop yield.

The host range of viruses ranges from very narrow (one or a few hosts) to very wide (more than hosts). 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 Plant viruses and virus diseases book Category: Disciplines Cited by: virus disease is a Japanese poem that was writ- ten by the Empress Koken in A.D.

and translated by T. Inouye: The plant, which has since been identified as Eupatorium lindleyanum, has been found to be susceptible to Tobacco leaf curl virus, which causes a yellowing Size: 1MB.

THE existence of viruses was first deduced from work done in on tobacco plants suffering from mosaic, and much of what we now know of these elusive entities has come from further work on this Cited by: 1.

Plants and humans do not transmit viruses to each other, but humans can spread plant viruses through physical contact. These include: tobacco, pepper, potato, tomato, eggplant, cucumber, petunia. The sugarcane mosaic virus discolors leaves of the sugarcane plant, restricting its ability to feed itself through photosynthesis and grow.

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 by: Plant viruses are viruses that infect plants.

Control of plant viruses is of great economic importance world-wide, as these viruses cause diseases that destroy commercial crops. Like other viruses, a plant virus particle, also known as a Author: Regina Bailey.

Prerequisites include: PLHLand PLHL or equivalent courses. 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 Size: 22KB.

Major plant viruses: an overview. Plant viruses cause severe diseases leading to enormous crop loss. The present day viral researches of economic plants are centered on identification of virus, molecular characterization and management of viral diseases.

Till date more than thousand viruses have been classified into several families. Purchase Control of Plant Virus Diseases, Volume 91 - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis 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. 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.

VIRUS DISEASES OF PLANTS VIRUS DISEASES OF PLANTS BY JOHN GRAINGER PH. D., B. OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS LONDON HUMPHREY MILFORD PREFACE THE need for a small book upon the subject of Plant Virus Diseases appeared during my teaching work at Leeds University and in the County of Yorkshire.

The study of this subject is, indeed. Systematic Veterinary Virology. This note explains the following topics: structure, classification, repliation and viral interference, Group V viruses, Negative sense single stranded RNA viruses, Morbilli virus, Orthomyxo viruses, Equine flu, nature of the virus, disease and its pathogenesis, diagnosis and various lab tests, vaccines, Zoonotic potential, Impacts of swine flu, Negative.

Viruses cause many diseases of international importance. Amongst the human viruses, smallpox, polio, influenza, hepatitis, human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-AIDS), measles and the SARS coronavirus are particularly well known.

While antibiotics can be very effective against diseases caused by bacteria. plant virus and viroid diseases which are reported to be seed transmitted from different parts of the world. Seed transmission of nearly 68 viruses is .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 transmission, epidemiology and virus disease management aspects.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 techniques for separating and identifying the .