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Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus in the Near East

Joseph M. Bove

Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus in the Near East

by Joseph M. Bove

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Published by Food & Agriculture Organization of the UN (FA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Crop husbandry,
  • Fruit & vegetables,
  • Horticulture,
  • Plant pathology & diseases,
  • Fruits And Orchards,
  • Plant Diseases,
  • Nature,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Reference,
  • Agriculture - General,
  • Trees & Forests - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages538
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12899737M
    ISBN 109251038279
    ISBN 109789251038277

    Index of plant virus diseases: plant pests of importance to North American agriculture. () AH Indexing procedures for 15 virus diseases of citrus trees. () AH Indicators of condition and trend on high range-watersheds of the intermountain region. () AH Insect and mite pests in food, an illustrated key. () AH Online bookstore for individuals and institutions. Worldwide Delivery since

    The virus diseases of citrus trees identified in Israel include psorosis, xyloporosis, exocortis, stubborn and impietratura. All trees affected by tristeza were destroyed and no further cases have been recorded. Measures are required to prevent the introduction of greening and leaf mottle. Aphis citricidus is the most effective vector of tristeza, but A. gossypii is also a potential vector. Many people wonder just how scientists know that the cause of SARS is a virus and, more importantly, this particular virus. Public health scientists verified that a common virus-- a coronavirus.

    Bové JM, In: Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in the Near East region. Rome, Italy: FAO, Bove JM, Calavan EC, Capoor SP, Cortez RE, Schwarz RE, Influence of temperature on symptoms of California stubborn, South Africa greening, India citrus decline and Philippines leaf mottling diseases. The major virus and virus-like diseases of citrus trees reported in Pakistan are tristeza, infectious variegation, exocortis, cachexia-xyloporosis, greening and stubborn (Catara, ; Catara et al., ). Most of these diseases are wide spread in new plantations due to un-certified infected bud wood.


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Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Citrus in the Near East by Joseph M. Bove Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in the Near East region. [J M Bové; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.]. Virus and virus-like diseases Other disease problems Recommendations Bibliography.

Chapter 9: Cyprus. Citrus growing Incidence of virus and virus-like diseases in citrus orchards Bibliography. Chapter Egypt. Virus and virus-like diseases Other observations Integrated protection programme for citrus improvement.

Most of the virus and virus-like diseases of citrus oc-cur in Greece, e.g. psorosis A and B, concave gum, (North East Pelo-ponnese) and in Chania (Crete), due to the accidental. Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in the Near East region. By J.M.

Bove, Cairo (Egypt). Regional Office for the Near East FAO and RNE. Abstract. available on CD-ROM accession number col. illu Topics: H Cinar A, Kersting U, Onelge N, Korkmaz S and Sas G () Citrus virus and virus-like diseases in the Eastern Mediter-ranean region of Turkey.

In:Moreno P, da Grac ¸a JV and Timmer LW (eds)Proceedings of the 12th Conference of the International Organization of Citrus by: Citrus Viruses and Virus-Like Diseases1 J.J. Ferguson and S.M.

Garnsey2 IMPORTANCE Virus and virus like diseases have a major impact on citrus production world-wide and often become the dominant yield-limiting factor in grove management. The most obvious impact of these diseases is their lethal effect on specific hosts.

Tristeza alone has. Viral diseases; Citrus mosaic Satsuma dwarf-related virus: Bud union crease Virus for some combinations, otherwise genetic or unknown Citrus leaf rugose genus Ilarvirus, Citrus leaf rugose virus (CLRV) Citrus yellow mosaic genus Badnavirus: Crinkly leaf Crinkly leaf virus (strain of Citrus variegation virus) Infectious variegation.

Preliminary observations on virus and virus-like diseases of stone-fruit trees in the Mediterranean and Near East countries. Author(s): Dunez, J.

Author Affiliation:. FAO has recently published a book from Dr J.M. Bové, untitled “Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in the Near East region”. This books gives descriptions of the major virus and virus-like diseases of citrus and then presents the phytosanitary situations observed during several missions made to Near East.

This book will focus on detection and prevention of phytoplasma diseases in field and horticultural crops grown in the tropical belt. Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in the Near East. In the Near East, Neoaliturus tenellus (the vector in California and Arizona) may also play a role.

In view of the importance of virus and virus-like diseases of citrus in India, information on these diseases is presented in Tables 41 and Table 41 lists the diseases and supplies the main bibliographical references.

Richard F. Lee, in Advances in Virus Research, Citrus tristeza virus. Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) is probably the most economically important virus disease of citrus in the world, having killed more than 50 million trees on sour orange rootstock, beginning with the epidemic in Argentina and Brazil in the s (Lee, Baker, & Rocha-Pena, ).

Purchase Control of Plant Virus Diseases, Volume 91 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThis is a list of biological viruses. See also Comparison of computer viruses.

This is a list of all virus species, including satellites and viroids. Excluded are other ranks, and other non-cellular life such as excluded are common names and obsolete names for viruses. For a list of virus genera, see List of virus genera.; For a list of virus families and subfamilies, see List of.

Citrus canker •Lesions are produced on young fruit and leaves of citrus. •Bacteria are produced under moist conditions and dispersed by windblown rains. •Bacteria enters leaf stomates or wounds on leaves, twigs or fruit. •No chemical control. •Can use copper to suppress disease. Abstract.

This chapter covers fifteen virus and virus like diseases of citrus plus thermotherapy, with emphasis on the citrus tristeza disease. Included in this chapter are the citrus disease of psorosis, cristacortis, citrus chlorotic dwarf, impietratura, satsuma dwarf, vein enation, leprosis, tatter leaf, infectious variegation, exocortis, cachexia, gum pocket, stubborn and concave gum.

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DAS-ELISA was not performed for all possible viruses and virus like diseases of citrus because the facilities were not available to perform the procedure for the known viruses and virus-like diseases, except CTV. It is concluded that microbudding technique may significantly reduce the time to develop citrus plants for the indexing procedure.

Virus and virus-like diseases of citrus and banana have been causing considerable damage to fruit production in tropical areas. This is due to their systemic invasion and common spread through infected bud woods, vegetatively propagated seedlings, and transmission by insect vectors. This pervasive citrus tree disease creates circular lesions, or scabs, on citrus fruit, leaves, and twigs.

Newer lesions are yellow, and more mature Citrus Canker lesions become brown. Citrus Canker is highly contagious and can be transmitted by wind-blown rain, or mechanically by pruning equipment, ladders, vehicles, and clothing. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.Impacts A technique was developed to allow diagnosis of citrus tristeza virus in one hour.

A technique developed to visualize the location of citrus tristeza virus within a leaf. Publications. Lin, Y., C. A. Powell.

Visualization of the Distribution Pattern of Citrus Tristeza Virus in Leaves of Mexican Lime. HortScience 41(3)VIRUS AND VIRUS-LIKE DISEASES OF ROSES Virus and viruslike diseases of roses have become as common as any of the other rose diseases.

All species and varieties of roses are susceptible to one or more virus diseases. However, infection often goes undetected because virus a nd virus-like symptoms can be mild and easily overlooked.