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Plant virus epidemiology

Plant virus epidemiology

challenges for the twenty-first century, 11-16 April, 1999

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Published by Elsevier in Amsterdam .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Virus diseases of plants -- Congresses.,
  • Plant diseases -- Epidemiology -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVirus research. Vol. 71, no. 1-2 (Special issue)
    Statementguest editors, A. Fereres, J.M. Thresh, M.E. Irwin.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsFereres, A., Thresh, J. M., Irwin, Michael E., International Plant Virus Epidemiology Symposium (7th : 1999 : Almería, Spain)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 267 p. :
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16100175M

    virology. The laboratory section emphasizes on techniques for virus disease diagnosis and virus identification. The lectures will consist of specific topics (30 min) and a discussion (20 min). There will not be an official textbook for the course. However for those interested in a book, Plant Virology by R.E.F Matthews will be Size: 22KB. The epidemiology of plant virus diseases concerns the cyclical development of virus diseases within plant populations in time and space. It deals with how and why a virus is spread by vectors in Author: Yvon Robert.

    5 PLANT VIRUS EPIDEMIOLOGY: CURRENT STATUS AND FUTURE PROSPECTS VII th INTERNATIONAL PLANT VIRUS EPIDEMIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM AGUADULCE (ALMERIA), SPAIN. APRIL, 11 – 16, These Symposia are organized under the auspices of the Plant Virus. Like the clinical findings and pathology, the epidemiology of a disease is an integral part of its basic description. The subject has its special techniques of data collection and interpretation, and its necessary jargon for technical terms. This short book aims to provide an ABC of the epidemiological approach, its terminology, and its methods.

    Potato virus Y (PVY) infects a wide host range mainly within the Solanaceae and is distributed worldwide. PVY is transmitted by more than 40 aphid species in a non persistent manner. Isolates of the PVY species are highly variable at biological, serological and molecular levels. Epidemiological. A virus is a submicroscopic infectious agent that replicates only inside the living cells of an s can infect all types of life forms, from animals and plants to microorganisms, including bacteria and archaea. Since Dmitri Ivanovsky's article describing a non-bacterial pathogen infecting tobacco plants, and the discovery of the tobacco mosaic virus by Martinus Beijerinck in (unranked): Virus.


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Plant virus epidemiology Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 brief description of the layout of the book.

Wild plants and viruses: under-investigated ecosystems --Genetic diversity of plant virus populations: towards hypothesis testing in molecular epidemiology --Plant virus epidemiology: the concept of host genetic vulnerability --History and current distribution of begomoviruses in Latin America --Evolutionary epidemiology of plant virus disease.

Get this from a library. Plant virus, vector epidemiology and management. [S Mukhopadhyay] -- "Virus diseases in fact are the result of interactions between the viruses, hosts, vectors and the environment particularly climate and weather. Vectors play a key role in the spread of virus.

“The book provides an effective and comprehensive information on epidemiology and management aspects of virus and viroid diseases in tropics which is well written by the authors, regarding present status and possible feature strategies in holistic plant Plant virus epidemiology book disease : Hardcover.

Biography. Roger Hull graduated in Botany from Cambridge University inand subsequently studied plant virus epidemiology at London University's Wye College, gaining a PhD in He lectured on agricultural botany there between and He was seconded to Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda in where he taught, and learnt tropical agricultural botany and studied the.

“The book provides an effective and comprehensive information on epidemiology and management aspects of virus and viroid diseases in tropics which is well written by the authors, regarding present status and possible feature strategies in holistic plant virus/vorid disease management.

Book Description. Stressing the key role vectors play spread of virus diseases, this volume represents the priorities in practical plant virus research and ways in which their control or management should be sought through an understanding of the practical and environmental aspects of the interactions of viruses with their vectors and their environment.

Viral diseases account for significant losses every year; estimated in the billions of dollars. Control of emerging and re-emerging diseases is a challenging undertaking as knowledge on the virus epidemiology is limited or non-existent.

The situation becomes more complicated because significant number of the diseases that have emerged in the last years are caused by virus complexes. This is a book for the advanced student and researcher."―Ron Fraser for MICROBIOLOGY TODAY () Review Fully revised and updated, the fifth edition of this classic reference provides an essential overview of and cutting-edge research in plant virology/5(3).

The following contributions are included: newline˜ Harrison, B.D. Epidemiology of plant virus diseases: a prologue (). newline˜ Bos, L. Plant virus ecology; the role of man, and the involvement of governments and international organizations ().

newline˜ Buddenhagen, I.W. Crop improvement in relation to virus diseases and their epidemiology (). newline˜ Gibbs, A. The 'shotgun' approach to plant disease 'control' was quickly perceived to be too inexact and almost every aspect of the subject was being reviewed, refined and advanced.

Keywords Pathogen crop protection development epidemics epidemiological epidemiology plant disease plant pathology. Epidemiology is the science of disease in populations, in this article plant populations.

It is a quantitative discipline with strong conceptual foundations and practical applications. Epidemics of plant diseases have had major impacts on agricultural and horticultural crops and on forest‐tree populations with major socio‐economic and Cited by: 5.

Diagnosis of plant virus and sub-viral agents and their prevention / management is an integral part of agricultural production systems and regulatory frame works that exist in almost all tropical countries.

Plant virus epidemiology provides powerful tools to investigate key factors that contribute to virus epidemics in agricultural crops. This book describes new tools in diagnostic decision making by bringing together applications of information theory, developed largely in the clinical (medical and veterinary) arenas, and illustrates their relevance for plant disease epidemiology and plant pathology more generally.

Jeger, M. Epidemiology of plant disease. Plant viruses cause significant losses in wheat, soybeans, and other major crops in South Dakota.

This project addresses plant viral diseases through evaluation for host resistance, identifying new plant viruses and isolates, monitoring the spread of plant viral diseases, identifying virus vectors and alternate hosts, and exploring the disease mechanisms and interactions of these viruses.

SOURCES OF VIRUS/ES Most important elements of pathogen factor in the epidemiology of all the plant diseases. Being strictly obligate so require a biotic source for their survival during off season.

The number of virus sources and their distance from the cultivated plants determines the intensity and distribution of virus infection in the field. It provides an in-depth understanding of the vectors, their biology, dispersal, movement and migration, contemporary canvases of epidemiology, and the management of virus diseases keeping in view the globalization of agriculture as also the viruses and their quarantine requirements.

(source: Nielsen Book. Plant virus ecology and epidemiology are interrelated but distinct concepts, the former concentrating on the virus population within the environment, the latter on the complex association between the virus and its plant host resulting in disease, and the factors that influence virus spread within the host plant population.

This chapter discusses viruses within plant host populations, and Author: C. Wilson. Purchase Plant Virology - 5th Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNPlant Virus, Vector - CRC Press Book Stressing the key role vectors play spread of virus diseases, this volume represents the priorities in practical plant virus research and ways in which their control or management should be sought through an understanding of the practical and environmental aspects of the interactions of viruses with.

The present chapter aims to illustrate how measurement and analysis of genetic diversity and structure of plant virus populations are essential to the current knowledge on the evolutionary biology of plant viruses and how evolutionary factors have a relevant role in the dynamics of virus populations and therefore, in the epidemiology of plant Cited by: 2.African Cassava Mosaic Virus: Etiology, Epidemiology, and Control Cassava (Munihor escuknra CrantE; Euphorbiaceae) is the only species in its genus that is cultivated as a food crop.

In South America, where it originated. cassava was domesticated 2, years B.c., yet only recently has it become distributed worldwide. The PortugueseFile Size: 2MB.Roger Hull graduated in Botany from Cambridge University inand subsequently studied plant virus epidemiology at London University’s Wye College, gaining a PhD in He lectured on agricultural botany there between and