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conspectus of aphids as vectors of plant viruses

J. S. Kennedy

conspectus of aphids as vectors of plant viruses

by J. S. Kennedy

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Published by Commonwealth Institute of Entomology in London .
Written in English


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Statementby J.S. Kennedy, M.F. Day and V.F. Eastop.
ContributionsDay, M. F., Eastop, Victor Frank., Commonwealth Institute of Entomology.
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Open LibraryOL13656324M

  Oxylipins function as signaling molecules in plant growth and development and contribute to defense against stress. Here, we show that oxylipins also facilitate infestation of Arabidopsis thaliana shoots by the phloem sap–consuming green peach aphid ([GPA][1]; Myzus persicae), an agronomically important insect pest. [GPAs][1] had difficulty feeding from sieve elements and tapping into the Cited by:   Aphids, which are phloem-feeding insects, cause extensive loss of plant productivity and are vectors of plant viruses. Aphid feeding causes changes in resource allocation in the host, resulting in an increase in flow of nutrients to the insect-infested tissue. We hypothesized that leaf senescence, which is involved in the programmed degradation of cellular components and the export of.

A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant viruses", (). A contribution to the analysis of virus diseases on hemp (Cannabis sativus) with regard to the hemp aphid (Phorodon cannabis) as virus : T V Chalam. Sweet potato feathery mottle virus (SPFMV) is a member of the genus Potyvirus in the family is most widely recognized as one of the most regularly occurring causal agents of sweet potato viral disease (SPVD) and is currently observed in every continent except : Potyviridae.

Aphid-Borne Plant Viruses (p. ) A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses by J. S. Kennedy, M. F. Day, V. F. Eastop Review by: H. K. Airy Shaw. leaf senescence as well (Minks and Harrewijn, ). In addition, aphids are known as major vectors of plant viruses. The green peach aphid, Myzus persicae, can transmit over plant viruses including cauliflower mosaic virus and turnip mosaic virus, pea leaf roll virus, potatoAuthor: Jiamei Li.


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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 ofis an extension of part of an earlier one [R.A.E., A 43 ] and was likewise prepared with Cited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kennedy, J.S.

(John Stodart). Conspectus of aphids as vectors of plant viruses. London: Commonwealth Institute of Entomology, © E. Klostermeyer; A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses, Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America, Volume 8, Issue 4, 1 DecemberPAuthor: E.

Klostermeyer. A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses [with] Additions to. by Kennedy, J.s.; Day, M.f.; Eastop, V.f. at Pemberley Books. The aphids as vectors of plant viruses was studied only for a few selected aphid spe- cies like Aphis gossypii and Myzus persicae due to their widespread prevalence and convenience in rearing.

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at Pemberley Books. 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.] -- 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.

Abstract. Arthropod-borne plant viruses are among the most important complex and extensively distributed plant disease agents. The vectors of any plant virus are always restricted to one of the major taxa, such as aphids, leafhoppers, whiteflies, thrips, mealy bugs, beetles, mites, or : V.

Chavan. Download Citation | Aphids | Aphids belong to the superfamily Aphidoidea and family Aphididae of the order Hemiptera. These are plant-sucking bugs.

These insects are | Find, read and cite all. Abstract. Aphids are important group of vectors of plant viruses, where all three modes of transmission viz. non-persistent, semi-persistent and persistent are India, exploration of aphid species in vector-virus study was started during and subsequently, several aphid species have been identified as vectors of many important plant by: 2.

Kennedy JS, Day MF, Eastop VF. A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses. Commonwealth Institute of Entomology, London.

Larson-Vasquez B. (8 May ). Resistant to most insecticides. University of Florida Book of Insect Records.(16 August ) Loebenstein G. Full text of "Aphid-transmitted viruses and their vectors of the world." See other formats. Kennedy, Day & Eastop, A conspectus of aphids as vectors of plant viruses, London, Commonwealth Institute of Entomology, Nobrega & Silberschmidt, Arquiv.

Inst. Introduction and Distribution. The green peach aphid, Myzus persicae (Sulzer), is found throughout the world, including all areas of North America, where it is viewed as a pest principally due to its ability to transmit plant viruses. In addition to attacking plants in the field, green peach aphid readily infests vegetables and ornamental plants grown in greenhouses.

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By G. D imbleby. Annual Review of Plant Physiology, vol. A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses; Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK, [Google Scholar] Weidemann, H.

On the multiplication of potato leafroll virus in the aphid Myzus persicae (Sulz.). Angew. Entomol.94, – [Google Scholar]Cited by: Book reviewed in this article: Biological Transmission of Disease Agents.

Symposium held under the auspices of the Entomological Society of America, Atlantic City, Soil Microorganisms and Higher Plants. Soil Animals. by D. McE. Kevan. Viruses by K. Smith. Sisal by G. Lock Industrial Microbiology. by A. Rose. A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses.

by J. Kennedy. Plants suffer from numerous pathogen and herbivore challenges in both natural and agricultural environments, often facing multiple simultaneous threats (Casteel and Hansen, ).For example, many plant pathogens depend on insect vectors for transmission, including over 75% of all described plant viruses (Nault, ).Thus, plants must recognize, prioritize, and mount the most.

A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses, Commonwealth Institute of Entomology, London () 2. Swenson K.G., Sohi S.S., Welton R.E.

Loss of transmissibility by aphids of. Nonpersistent Transmission of Plant Viruses by Aphids Nonpersistent Transmission of Plant Viruses by Aphids Pirone, T P; Harris, K F At least two types of relationship apparently exist between aphids and the viruses they transmit.

Over the years, two systems for describing and distinguishing between these types of relationship have evolved: one based on the period of.For short feeds, this treatment had inconsistent effects on some vectors of bimodal viruses. TRANSMISSION OF CAULIFLOWER MOSAIC VIRUS (CaMV) BY APHIDS The properties of CaMV, D//S/S:S/AP, have been well sum marized by Shepherd () in a recent review by:   A Conspectus of Aphids as Vectors of Plant Viruses, London, UK: Commonwealth Institute of Entomology 4.

Louis J, Singh V, Shah J. Arabidopsis thaliana -Aphid by: 3.