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Chrysanthemum stunt viroid

Chrysanthemum stunt was first recognized in the USA in 1945 (Dimock, 1947), and a disastrous epidemic in cultivated chrysanthemums developed during...

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Acrolepiopsis assectella

A. assectella is a moth present throughout Europe. It is also found in some Asian countries and has been introduced to parts of...

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Anoplophora chinensis

A. chinensis is regarded as one of the most destructive cerambycid pests of fruit trees, especially Citrus, in lowland areas of China where...

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Anastrepha ludens

A. ludens has a broad host range and is a major pest, especially of citrus and mango (Mangifera indica) in most parts of its...

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Agrilus planipennis

The emerald ash borer, A. planipennis is an East Asian wood-boring beetle that is presently causing dramatic damage to ash...

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Myzus persicae

M. persicae is the most important aphid virus vector. It has been shown to transmit well over 100 plant virus diseases, in about 30...


Leonurus japonicus

L. japonicus is a highly invasive weed widely naturalized in tropical and subtropical ecosystems. It commonly grows as a weed in...

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Tobacco ringspot virus

The most important disease caused by tobacco ringspot nepovirus (TRSV) is soyabean bud blight. The disease is prevalent in the midwestern USA and...

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Turnip mosaic virus

In a recent survey of plant virologists in 28 countries and regions, TuMV was ranked as the second most important virus infecting field-grown...

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Verticillium dahliae

IntroductionV. dahliae affects many important crops worldwide and causes economically significant losses in many countries. History...

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