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Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl

2015-11-12: Zhang et al / J Zhejiang Univ-Sci B (Biomed Biotechnol) 2010 11(2):109-114 109 Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl China virus infecting tomato in China* Hui ZHANG1 2 Xin-ying MA1 Ya-juan QIAN1 Xue-ping ZHOU†‡1 (1Key Laboratory of Molecular Biology of Crop Pathogens and Insects of Ministry of Agriculture Institute of Biotechnology Zhejiang

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Molecular evidence for association of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus with leaf curl disease of papaya (Carica papaya L ) in India Australas Plant Dis Notes 2008 3:152–155 doi: 10 1071/DN08059 Tahir M Haider MS First report of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus infecting bitter gourd in

Molecular Characterization of Banana streak virus Isolate

Molecular characterization of Tomato yellow leaf curl China virus and its satellite DNA isolated from tobacco Molecular Characterization of Full-length Genome of Japanese Encephalitis Virus Genotype V Isolated from Tibet China Molecular characterization of

molecular characterization of viruses infecting potato

MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF VIRUSES INFECTING POTATO AND VEGETABLES IN IRAQ NAWRES A SADEQ AL-KUWAITI A thesis submitted in partial fulfilment of requirements of the University of Greenwich for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Natural Resources Institute The University of Greenwich UK June 2013

Virosi dello zucchino

2019-11-9Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus is associated with pumpkin leaf curl: a new disease in Northern India Indian Journal of Virology 23(1) 42-45 Pratap D Kashikar AR Mukherjee SK 2011 Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus variant associated with newly emerging yellow mosaic disease of eggplant in

Identification of italicColletotrichum/italic spp

2019-12-20Identification of Colletotrichum spp isolated from strawberry in Zhejiang Province and Shanghai City China: Liu XIE Jing-ze ZHANG Yao WAN Dong-wei HU: Key Laboratory of Molecular Biology of Crop Pathogens and Insects Ministry of Agriculture Institute of Biotechnology College of Agriculture and Biotechnology Zhejiang University Hangzhou 310029 China

Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya

Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl China virus infecting tomato in China* By Hui Zhang Xin-ying Ma Ya-juan Qian and Xue-ping Zhou Abstract Papaya leaf curl China virus (PaLCuCNV) was previously reported as a distinct begomovirus infecting papaya in southern China Based on molecular diagnostic survey 13 PaLCuCNV

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus variant associated with newly emerging yellow mosaic disease of eggplant in India BackgroundBegomoviruses have emerged as serious problem for vegetable and fiber crops in the recent past frequently in tropical and subtropical region of the world

Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya

2009-6-24Papaya leaf curl China virus (PaLCuCNV) was previously reported as a distinct begomovirus infecting papaya in southern China Based on molecular diagnostic survey 13 PaLCuCNV isolates were obtained from tomato plants showing leaf curl symptoms in Henan and Guangxi Provinces of China

Molecular Characterization of Begomoviruses and DNA

2014-3-26Molecular Characterization of Begomoviruses and DNA Satellites Associated with a New Host Spanish Flag (Lantana camara) In the year 2010 yellowing of leaf vein disease was observed on Spanish Flag (Lantana camara) For further confirmation of begomovirus infectivity Southern hybridization was performed according to the methodofKonetal

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Geminiviruses (family Geminiviridae ) possess monopartite or bipartite circular single-stranded DNA genomes encapsidated in geminate (18-22 nm diameters) particles They infect a wide range of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants but each

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus Khan MS Singh R Khan AA: Molecular evidence for association of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus with leaf curl disease of papaya (Carica papaya L ) in India Australas Plant Dis Notes 2008 3:152-155

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2019-11-9Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus is associated with pumpkin leaf curl: a new disease in Northern India Indian Journal of Virology 23(1) 42-45 Pratap D Kashikar AR Mukherjee SK 2011 Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus variant associated with newly emerging yellow mosaic disease of eggplant in

Molecular identification of a new begomovirus

Yellow mosaic disease was observed on Jatropha gossypifolia plants growing in Kathaupahadi Madhya Pradesh India and whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) were found in the vicinity Association of a new begomovirus with yellow mosaic disease of J gossypifolia has been detected by PCR using begomovirus DNA-A-specific primers The complete DNA-A genome (~2 7 kb) of this virus isolate was amplified by

Characterization phylogeny and recombination

Pedilanthus leaf curl virus (PeLCV) is a pathogenic geminivirus that appeared in the last decade and is continuously increasing its host range in Pakistan and India This study reports the identification and characterization of PeLCV-Petunia from ornamental plants in Pakistan as well as geographical phylogenetic and recombination analysis

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2019-11-9Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus is associated with pumpkin leaf curl: a new disease in Northern India Indian Journal of Virology 23(1) 42-45 Pratap D Kashikar AR Mukherjee SK 2011 Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus variant associated with newly emerging yellow mosaic disease of eggplant in

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Geminiviruses (family Geminiviridae ) possess monopartite or bipartite circular single-stranded DNA genomes encapsidated in geminate (18-22 nm diameters) particles They infect a wide range of monocotyledonous and dicotyledonous plants but each

Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl

2015-11-12: Zhang et al / J Zhejiang Univ-Sci B (Biomed Biotechnol) 2010 11(2):109-114 109 Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl China virus infecting tomato in China* Hui ZHANG1 2 Xin-ying MA1 Ya-juan QIAN1 Xue-ping ZHOU†‡1 (1Key Laboratory of Molecular Biology of Crop Pathogens and Insects of Ministry of Agriculture Institute of Biotechnology Zhejiang

Journal of Zhejiang University

Molecular characterization and infectivity of Papaya leaf curl China virus infecting tomato in China Hui ZHANG Xin-ying MA Ya-juan QIAN Xue-ping ZHOU DOI: 10 1631/jzus B0900176 Downloaded: 1829 Clicked : 3956 Cited : 16 Commented : 0(p 109-114) Full Text

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus Khan MS Singh R Khan AA: Molecular evidence for association of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus with leaf curl disease of papaya (Carica papaya L ) in India Australas Plant Dis Notes 2008 3:152-155

Molecular Characterization of Tomato Leaf Curl China

Molecular Characterization of Tomato Leaf Curl China Virus Infecting Tomato Plants in China and Functional Analyses of Its Associated Betasatellite䌤† Xiuling Yang ‡ Wei Guo ‡ Xinying Ma Qianli An and Xueping Zhou* State Key Laboratory of Rice Biology Institute of Biotechnology Zhejiang University Hangzhou 310029 People's

Tomato Leaf Curl New Delhi Virus

Molecular characterization and infectivity of a Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus variant associated with newly emerging yellow mosaic disease of eggplant in India Yellow vein netting of Bimili jute (Hibiscus cannabinus L ) in India caused by a strain of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus containing DNA b

Characterization phylogeny and recombination

Pedilanthus leaf curl virus (PeLCV) is a pathogenic geminivirus that appeared in the last decade and is continuously increasing its host range in Pakistan and India This study reports the identification and characterization of PeLCV-Petunia from ornamental plants in Pakistan as well as geographical phylogenetic and recombination analysis