Prufer D, Kawchuk L, Monecke M, Nowok S, Fischer R, Rohde W (1999) Immunological analysis of potato leafroll luteovirus
(PLRV) P1 expression identifies a 25 kDa RNA-binding protein derived via P1 processing.
Suitability of the biomass crop Miscanthus sinensis as a host for the aphids Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) and Rhopalosiphum maidis (F.), and its susceptibility to the plant luteovirus
barley yellow dwarf virus.
Vector of about 13 plant viruses, including Celery mosaic potyvirus, Potato virus Y potyvirus, Celery yellow spot luteovirus
, and Honeysuckle latentcarlavirus.
and Polerovirus found in small grains for the first time in the Matanuska-Susitna region of Alaska.
Este metodo de inoculacion viral a diferencia de los otros, ha reportado eficiencias hasta del 100% (Aebig et al., 2005), ha sido utilizado con exito no solo para inocular Begomovirus (Hernandez et al., 2001; Morilla et al., 2005; Ariyo et al., 2006), sino tambien Potyvirus (Gal-On et al., 1995; 1997), Luteovirus
(Yamagishi et al., 2006), Nepovirus (Valat et al., 2003), Cucumovirus (Aebig et al., 2005), Polerovirus (Hoffmann et al., 2001), entre otros.
species is very particular and can only be transmitted by a few species of aphids.
tabaci can also transmit viruses (carlavirus, closterovirus, geminivirus, luteovirus
and potyvirus, among others) in several different crops including soybeans (MORALES & ANDERSON, 2001).
Leek yellows viral disease caused by putative luteovirus
with yellowing symptoms in phloem cells has also been observed as phloem necrosis in Jiaotou as described previously (Saghir et al., 1964).
Use of imidacloprid and newer generation synthetic pyrethroids to control the spread of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus
Groundnut rosette disease results from a synergism of three agents: Groundnut rosette assistor virus (GRAV, a luteovirus
), Groundnut rosette virus (GRV, an umbravirus), and a satellite RNA (sat RNA) of GRV.
foeniculi is a cosmopolitan species and vector for at least 12 types of virus, including mosaic potyvirus, yellow spot luteovirus
and latent carlavirus (Ferreira & Silva 2004).
Existen aproximadamente 30 virus bien caracterizados que infectan el cultivo, pertenecientes a los grupos Alfamovirus, Bromovirus, Comovirus, Cucumovirus, Begomovirus, Illarvirus, Luteovirus
, Potyvirus, Sobemovirus, Tobamovirus, Necrovirus y Tospovirus (Matthews, 1982; Hall, 1991; Makkouk et al., 2003).