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plant virus

[′plant ‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A virus that replicates only within plant cells.
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Wild hosts (weeds) as virus reservoirs: Although it is known that wild hosts are important reservoirs of plant viruses (Duffus, 1971; Sacristan, Fraile, & Garcia-Arenal, 2004), our knowledge about the occurrence of viruses is mostly fragmentary.
Recent developments in serological methods suited for use in routine testing for plant viruses. Pl.
Profiling of sRNAs using deep sequencing technologies has helped identify a number of plant viruses that have not been reported previously, and has provided a deeper view of virus populations in plants, which could not be achieved by conventional methods like PCR and ELISA.
Atabekov, "Biosafety of plant viruses for human and animals," Moscow University Biological Sciences Bulletin, vol.
Blackman and Eastop (2006) found that this species is implicated in the transmission of at least 15 plant viruses. The buckthorn aphid infests the lower leaves of potato (Dixon et al., 1993).
Begomoviruses (genus Begomovirus, family Geminiviridae) are a group of plant viruses transmitted by the white uy Bemisia tabaci (Aleyrodidae) to a large variety of cultivated and uncultivated plant species.
The flies transmit over a hundred plant viruses, but, based on studies by the Tehran University of Medical Sciences and the Ministry of Health, the genus found in Tehran--called aleuroclava--is a newly discovered type that fortunately does not carry plant viruses.
A RT-qPCR procedure using TaqMan probes has been developed for sensitive and specific detection and quantitation of many plant viruses infecting different hosts and insect vectors.
Plant viruses alter insect behavior to enhance their spread.
Bemisia tabaci (Gennedius) crop pest and principal whitefly vector of plant viruses. West view press, Boulder.
They often use spam, malvertising and spoofed websites to plant viruses and malware.
tabaci are worldwide pests of many crops, and they are vectors of the plant viruses in the genus Tospovirus (Bunyaviridae) (Hoddle et al.