plant virus

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a plant pathogen that is a virus consisting of a single strand of RNA

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A quantitative analysis of complementation of deleterious mutants in plant virus populations.
Plant virus ecology and epidemiology: Historical perspectives, recent progress and future prospects.
One issue being addressed is the possible hazards of using DNA from a plant virus to improve the performance of GM plants.
Light and electron microscopy of plant virus inclusions.
However, neither the identification of AGO target sites in viral RNAs nor the elucidation of the entire repertoire of proteins interacting with viral proteins has been reported for any plant virus.
Although it is not dangerous to consumer's health like other plant virus diseases, the disease causes both direct (loss of the fruits and marketing problems) and indirect losses (controlling costs including quarantine efforts, costs of research, nursery control and diagnosis).
jackbeardsleyi has not been recorded, but some other species in the genus Pseudococcus are known to be plant virus vectors, e.
PGPR and fermented plant extract are very suitable to promote plant growth and mange plant virus disease, because they can be used as seed and seedling treatment or mixed with soil during seedling transplanting.
In a similar type of study in 2009, it was found that plant virus replication and spread require specific interactions between the obligate organism, the virus and its host.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Scientists succeeded in growing empty particles derived from a plant virus and to make them carry useful chemicals directly to the diseased cells.
The new vaccine against it was "manufactured" using an engineered plant virus.
Characteristics of the microplate method of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the detection of plant virus.
Mutant clouds and bottleneck events in plant virus evolution
The Potyviridae is the largest of the plant virus families currently recognized.