flavescence

flavescence

[flə′ves·əns]
(plant pathology)
Yellowing or blanching of green plant parts due to diminution of chlorophyll accompanying certain virus disease.
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Palmano, "Metabolic and transcript analysis of the flavonoid pathway in diseased and recovered Nebbiolo and Barbera grapevines (Vitis vinifera L.) following infection by Flavescence doree phytoplasma," Plant Cell & Environment, vol.
Guttler et al., "Detection of Flavescence doree grapevine disease using unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) multispectral imagery," Remote Sensing, vol.
Hall et al., "LAMP assay and rapid sample preparation method for on-site detection of flavescence doree phytoplasma in grapevine," Plant Pathology, vol.
Epidemiologie de la flavescence doree de la vigne, detection du phytoplasmeet dynamique des Scaphoideustitanus(Ball) en Gironde.
Migration de la cicadelle verte et repartition de l'Eudemis sur appellation en lute obligatoire contre la Flavescence doree.
Barbera e Chardonnay livres de fitoplasmas associados a "flavescence doree" e "bois noir", apos 6 a 9 meses de cultivo.
Sacchi et al., "A novel Bacteroidetes symbiont is localized in Scaphoideus titanus, the insect vector of Flavescence Doree in Vitis vinifera," Applied and Environmental Microbiology, vol.
European experience found that the phytoplasma Flavescence Doree (FD) could be spread by propagating from infected vines (Caudwell et al., 1997), and it was thought that AGY might be similarly transmitted in Australia.
'Nebbiolo' proteome to Flavescence doree phytoplasma infection," Proteomics, vol.
However, PCR tests have recently been developed that are capable of not only detecting a wide range of grapevine virus diseases, but the bacteria that causes crown gall disease, Agrobacterium vitis, and Pierce's Disease, Xylella fastidiosa, as well as the phytoplasms which cause flavescence doree or Grapevine Yellows.
The first described occurrence of GY was in France in the '40s, and that disease was termed flavescence doree (Caudwell, 1981).