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Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world

C. K. Chan

Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world

by C. K. Chan

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Published by Research Branch, Agriculture Canada in Vancouver .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementC.K. Chan, A.R. Forbes and D.A. Raworth.
SeriesTechnical bulletin -- 1991-3E, Technical bulletin (Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch) -- 1991-3E
ContributionsForbes, A. R., Raworth, David Arnold, 1947-, Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 216 p. ;
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15441958M
ISBN 100662183347
LC Control Number91071487
OCLC/WorldCa23968668

Book: A conspectus of aphids as vectors of plant viruses. pp.3 + pp. ref 1/2 pp. Abstract: This compilation from the literature literature Subject Category: Publications see more details, in general that published up to the end of , is an extension of part of an earlier one [R.A.E., A 43 ] and was likewise prepared with Cited by: A majority of plant viruses rely on insect vectors for plant-to-plant dispersal. Plant viruses transmitted in a persistent manner are known to be strongly associated with insect vectors. An array of these viruses manipulates vector behavior and biology in ways that favor their spread to non-infected plants 1 – by: 2.

from those for other aphid-transmitted viruses. Potato virus Y (PVY) and other potyviruses are transmitted for example) multiply within both their insect vectors and plant hosts. Multiplication and circulation of the pathogens within the body cavity (hemocoel) of the Insects as Vectors of Disease Agents Size: KB.   PLRV and PEMV are serious limiting factors in Idaho potato and pea production systems, respectively. This project is designed to produce information about vector-virus-plant interactions that impact viral epidemiology. Reduce and/or eliminate reliance upon insecticides as the only means of controlling the spread of aphid-borne viruses.

  These viruses are typically transmitted by a large number of aphid species but the insects rapidly lose their ability to transmit the virus, usually within a few minutes after acquisition (Ng and Perry ). Circulative, persistently (CP) transmitted viruses are acquired from phloem sieve elements when initial test probing is followed by Cited by: APSnet Feature. September, © Plant Management ed for publication 1 May Published 6 July Mary Burrows, Assistant Professor, Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology Department, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT ; Gary Franc, Professor, Plant Sciences Department, University of Wyomin.


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Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world by C. K. Chan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aphids as Virus Vectors focuses on aphids as vectors of plant viruses and the fundamentals of their relationship with virus and host. The mouthparts and feeding mechanism of aphids are discussed, along with aphid penetration of plant tissues and the transmission mechanisms of aphids as virus vectors.

Get this from a library. Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world. [C K Chan; A R Forbes; David Arnold Raworth; Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch.]. Includes bibliographical references (p.

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[C K Chan; A R Forbes; David Arnold Raworth; Canada. Agriculture Canada. Research Branch.] -- Plant viruses are among the most important, complex and extensively distributed plant pathogens in the world, and aphids are the largest group of known plant-virus vectors.

Full text of "Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world." See other formats. This review addresses some of the biological complexities presented by aphid-transmitted viruses of potato,Solanum tuberosum L., and their vectors and discusses the application of this knowledge.

Part I Aphid Vectors Chapter 1. Worldwide Importance of Aphids as Virus Vectors Introduction Biology of the Major Groups of Aphids Distribution of Aphids and the Viruses They Transmit The Attributes of Aphids Most Affecting Their Abilities as Virus Vectors The Physiological Condition of the Host The Effects of Other Book Edition: 1.

Aphid-transmitted viruses in vegetable crops Integrated virus disease management. The majority of viruses infecting plants are spread by insects, and aphids are the most common group of.

virus vectors or carriers. All potyviruses (the largest group of plant viruses) are transmitted by aphids. Aphids are sap-sucking insects and have piercing. A summary is presented of the taxonomic affiliations of the aphid transmitted viruses, including 8 families, 18 genera, and taxonomically unassigned viruses.

Discover the world's research   This review addresses some of the biological complexities presented by aphid-transmitted viruses of potato,Solanum tuberosum L., and their vectors and discusses the application of this knowledge to the management of potato viruses with particular emphasis on seed potato by:   The association of plant viruses with their vectors has significant implications for virus transmission and spread.

Only a few studies, with even fewer pathosystems, have explored non Cited by: 2. Mosaic Viruses Are: Transmitted in a non-persistent manner by aphids after brief acquisition and feeding probes; retained on stylet tips only.

Transmitted by sap or by contacting infected plant parts. Some can be transmitted through seed by infecting the seed embryo.

Viruses are transmitted from plant to plant predominantly by vectors, a process relying on the intricate interactions between host plants, viruses, and vectors.

With the development of reverse genetics and the advent of high-throughput technologies, our knowledge of the molecular and cellular mechanisms governing the virus transmission process.

plants and the responses to these changes by vectors and other organisms in the ecological community. Examination of the chemical ecology of vector-transmitted plant viruses is just beginning.

Most of the published literature concerns aphid-transmitted viruses, which reflects their pre-dominance; aphids are vectors for 35% of all described plant. Transmission of plant viruses by aphid vectors Transmission of plant viruses by aphid vectors NG, JAMES C.

K.; PERRY, KEITH L. INTRODUCTION A majority of plant viruses are dependent on vectors for their transmission and survival. Insects, mites, nematodes and protists all mediate the transmission of plant viruses.

The majority of plant-infecting viruses are transmitted to their host plants by vectors. The interactions between viruses and vector vary in duration and specificity but some common themes in vector transmission have emerged: 1) plant viruses encode structural proteins on the surface of the virion that are essential for transmission, and in some cases additional non-structural helper proteins Cited by:   Non-Circulative, Semi-Persistent Transmission.

Semi-persistent viruses are not thought to be internalized in the insect vector gut, but instead reside in chitin-lined areas [].Virus acquisition from the host plant and retention in the insect involve mechanisms mediated largely by the viral CP (Figure 1 B) [].In the case of the crinivirus lettuce infectious yellows virus (LIYV), immune Cited by: Abstracts Viruses, Vectors and the Environment.

ISPP 5th International Plant Virus Epidemiology Symposium, Valenzano (Bari), Italy, July pp. 37 The possible effects of climate change on aphid-transmitted viruses of temperate cropsCited by: 6. These viruses with non-aphid vectors exhibit most of the characteristics of the family.

Viruses of the Potyviridae induce cytoplasmic cylindrical inclusions in their hosts whether their vectors are aphids, non-aphids, or are unknown.

The virus genome produces the inclusion protein and thus the viruses have related inclusion body gene sequences Author: J. Edwardson. The spread of beet yellows and beet mosaic viruses in the sugar-beet root crop. Field observations of the virus diseases of sugar beet and their vectors Myzus persicae Sulz.

and Aphis fabae Koch. Annals of Applied Biology - AAB. 38 (4), pp. Control & Management of Viruses and their Aphid vectors – Aphid monitoring in the UK / Scotland – Association between aphid species & PVY transmission Summary: Implications for the Management of Viruses & their Vectors.Aphid -Transmitted Viruses of cultivan developed in the United States have derived their resistance from Corbett Refugee and include Wisconsin Refugee, ldaho Refugee, Refugee U.S.

N o. 5 (). This resistance has been effective for nearly 50 years (), and Burke and Silbemagel (30) ha File Size: 4MB.Single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) plant viruses belong to the families Geminiviridae and Nanoviridae.

They are transmitted by Hemipteran insects in a circulative, mostly non-propagative, manner. While geminiviruses are transmitted by leafhoppers, treehoppers, whiteflies and aphids, nanoviruses are transmitted exclusively by aphids. Circulative transmission involves complex virus–vector Author: Jérémy Di Di Mattia, Faustine Ryckebusch, Marie-Stéphanie Vernerey, Elodie Pirolles, Nicolas Sauvion.