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Loren Giesler
... Dr. Giesler spends most of his effort. His research projects in soybean include Bean pod mottle virus, Soybean Cyst Nematode and Phytophthora root and stem rot. Other projects include annual rose fungicide ...
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Nebraska plant viruses
... mixed infection of maize chlorotic mottle virus with potyvirus) Cowpea chlorotic mottle (bromovirus - found once ... virus (tobamovirus) greenhouse orchids - description Panicum mosaic (sobemovirus) - description Pea streak virus (carlavirus, common in alfalfa) - description Pelargonium flower break (carmovirus, common) - description Pelargonium zonate spot? (ourmiavirus) - description Physalis mottle ...
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Squash mosaic virus
Squash mosaic virus Home Minipurification Nebraska plant viruses Squash mosaic virus Left panel - Symptoms of Squash Mosaic on squash Right panel - Minipurifications, note comovirus pattern and difference from bean pod mottle virus capsid proteins
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Plant Path 369L
... dwarf mosaic, which is a common aphid transmitted potyvirus, and maize chlorotic mottle virus (symptoms) which is a relatively rare virus (in the U.S. it's found only in north central Kansas ... subglabrata, a common weed, is often virus infected. Ajuga reptans, a common ground cover, often has virus symptoms. It is especially interesting to find potential virus symptoms on a different plant that ...
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Chenopodium quinoa
... tobacco streak virus from a wild composite. It gives striking local lesions within three days and eventual systemic necrosis on greenhouse quinoa, but no lesions and mild systemic mottle on ... greenhouse quinoa", additional quinoa varieties are worth testing. Natural variation of C. quinoa as a virus host is worth further exploration. Useful references Hein, Alice (1957) Beitrage zur Kenntnis der ...
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Soybean viruses
... plants with "atypical" symptoms. See Plant Health Initiative site for general information. Bean Pod Mottle BPMV (comovirus) is beetle transmitted and commonly gives mosaic symptoms although symptoms vary and ... symptoms appear very quickly (about 2 days). Local lesions (irregular) exhibit sunken areas and the virus goes systemic often killing the growing tip of the plant. Capsid protein is readily ...
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Soybean virus minipurification
... Home Soy viruses BPMV diagnosis Soybean virus minipurifications Left panel - Soybean viruses (greenhouse cultures on Provider bean) - note that BPMV small protein ... is the most common soybean virus in Nebraska Soybean mosaic capsid protein would migrate identically to BCMV cp Right panel - pH series squash mosaic (left) Bean pod mottle (right) Note similar (acid ...
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Plant virology basics
... ) C- Whiteflies (Bean golden mosaic) D- Mites (Wheat streak mosaic) F- Beetles (Bean pod mottle) 13- Aphid biology A- Complex life cycles B- Often alternate hosts (Myzus persicae - peach ... to days) C- Transmission persists days to weeks D- Virus retained through molt E- Circulative (virus detectable in hemolymph) F- Virus acquired from phloem G- Viruses usually not mechanically transmissible 17- ...
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TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS
... ) Knapp, E., Lewandowski, D.J. Tobacco mosaic virus, not just a single component virus anymore. Mol. Plant Pathology 2, 117 2001 ... green mosaic, Ribgrass mosaic, Sunn-hemp mosaic, Cucumber green mottle mosaic 2- Particle 300nm long, 2100 coat protein subunits ... plasmodesmata b- Transgenics for defective 30K have generalized virus resistance 8- Transgenics for defective replicases can have specific ...
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