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Multilingual compendium of plant diseases, viruses and nematodes

Miller, Paul R.

Multilingual compendium of plant diseases, viruses and nematodes

by Miller, Paul R.

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Published by Production and distribution by the American Phytopathological Society for the United States Agency for International Development in cooperation with the Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in St. Paul, Minn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant diseases -- Nomenclature.,
  • Phytopathogenic fungi -- Host plants.,
  • Phytopathogenic bacteria -- Host plants.,
  • Plant diseases -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot.,
  • Latin language -- Dictionaries -- Polyglot.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPaul R. Miller, Hazel L. Pollard.
    GenreNomenclature., Dictionaries
    ContributionsPollard, Hazel L., American Phytopathological Society., United States. Agency for International Development., United States. Agricultural Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 434 p. :
    Number of Pages434
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16044802M
    ISBN 100890540209

      2. THE VIRUSES Viruses transmitted by nematodes are RNA viruses. They also have moderate to wide plant host range. The plant viruses transmitted by nematodes can be divided into two groups – On the basis of particle morphology and relationship with vectors. NEPO Viruses (Nematode Transmitted Polyhedral Viruses) 2. Book review Full text access Multilingual compendium of plant diseases, volume 2 viruses and nematodes: (Paul R. Miller and Hazel L. Pollard, Eds). .

    Parasitic nematodes that infect humans, animals, and plants cause serious diseases that are deleterious to human health and agricultural productivity. Chemical and biological control methods have reduced the impact of these parasites. However, surviving environmental stages Cited by: Dickson D. Despommier, Peter J. Hotez, in Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (Fourth Edition), Parasitic nematodes are found in a variety of ecological settings that include human habitation. Many are transmitted to children due to pica, since the long-lived infectious eggs are contained in feces that contaminate most outdoor environments.

    The item Nematode vectors of plant viruses, edited by F. Lamberti, C. E. Taylor, and J. W. Seinhorst. --represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Manitoba Libraries. reduce the nematode density but reduces plant stress and thus the symptoms of nematode damage. Anything that moves soil can spread plant parasitic nematodes within fields and to other fields. Chemical Control Seedling diseases, root diseases, and vascular wilts caused by soilborne fungi and nematodes can be destructive problems in the field and File Size: KB.


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Filter by type Search Advanced search Abstract. Multilingual compendium of plant diseases. Abstract Multilingual compendium of plant diseases. This book fills this need by providing a valuable overview of the last 40 years of research into the transmission of viruses by nematodes as well as setting the agenda for future investigations.

This book is an important resource for all nematologists and plant virologists, as. The study of invertebrate–and particularly nematode–viruses is emerging with the advancement of transcriptome sequencing.

Five single-stranded RNA viruses have now been confirmed within the economically important soybean cyst nematode (SCN; Heterodera glycines).

From previous research, we know these viruses to be widespread in greenhouse and field populations of by: 6. The demonstration by Hewitt et al. () that certain nematodes are vectors of plant viruses initiated research in Nematology and Virology that resulted in understanding of the transmission and etiology of an important group of soil-borne plant virus diseases.

Vector Specificity. Although plant viruses do not have an immediate impact on humans to the extent that human viruses do, the damage they do to food supplies has a significant indi-rect effect.

The study of plant viruses has led the overall understanding of viruses in many aspects. HISTORY Although many early written and pictorial records of diseases caused by File Size: 1MB.

This book summarizes the advances in nematology that have been made during the 20th century and provides perspectives for the development of nematology in the next century. Chapters comprise: plant diseases caused by nematodes; virus vectors; physiological interactions between nematodes and their host plants; taxonomy of insect parasitic.

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Il bromuro di metile nella lotta contro i nematodi fitoparassiti in Italia = methyl bromide in the control of plant parasitic nematodes in Italy / a cua di Franco Lamberti e Nicola Greco.

Bari, Italy: Istituto di nematologia agraria, C.N.R., [] Lamberti, F., C. Taylor, and J. Seinhorst (eds.). Nematode Vectors of Plant Viruses. Although nematodes had long been suspected as vectors of soil­ borne plant diseases, unequivocal proof of their implication was not forthcoming until when Professor William Hewitt and his colleagues in California demonstrated experimentally that Xiphinema ~ was the vector of grapevine fanleaf virus.

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Diseases caused by plant parasitic nematodes have attracted considerable attention of plant nematologist recently. The present book Nematode Diseases in Plants contains information and thought provoking review articles on important nematode diseases on cereals, pulses, horticultural crops, medicinal and aromatic plants, vegetables, forest trees.

Several hundred species of nematodes, however, are known to feed on living plants, obtaining their food with spears or stylets and causing a variety of plant diseases worldwide. Almost all plant pathogenic nematodes live part of their lives in the : Faezehossadat Abtahi, Mansoureh Bakooie.

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T able 1: Differences between disease bio-control and insect bio-contr ol.Nepovirus is a genus of viruses in the order Picornavirales, in the family Secoviridae, in the subfamily serve as natural hosts. There are currently 36 species in this genus including the type species Tobacco ringspot virus.

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