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The main features of the mosaic virus diseases of cassava in sub-Saharan Africa and India are summarised in this review. The diseases in the two regions share important features and they are transmitted similarly by the whitefly Bemisia tabaci. Consequently, it is argued the diseases should be...

Author(s)
Thresh, J. M.; Otim-Nape, G. W.; Thankappan, M.; Muniyappa, V.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1998, 77, 9, pp 935-945

Author(s)
Nagarajan, S.; Aujla, S. S.; Nanda, G. S.; Sharma, I.; Goel, L. B.; Kumar, J.; Singh, D. V.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1997, 76, 12, pp 1207-1214

This list contains the names of all plant pathogenic bacteria which have been effectively and validly published in terms of the International Code of Nomenclature of Bacteria and the Standards for Naming Pathovars and their revision. Included are species names from the Approved Lists, pathovar...

Author(s)
Young, J. M.; Saddler, G. S.; Takikawa, Y.; Boer, S. H. de; Vauterin, L.; Gardan, L.; Gvozdyak, R. I.; Stead, D. E.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1996, 75, 9, pp 721-763

Satellites of plant viruses are reviewed under the headings: type A satellites; type B satellites; type C satellites; type D satellites; problems in definition and nomenclature; possible origins of satellites; the molecular basis of symptom modulation or induction; and the use of satellite RNAs to...

Author(s)
Liu, Y. Y.; Cooper, J. I.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1994, 73, 6, pp 371-387

The economic importance, taxonomy and host range and geographical distribution of P. semeniperda is reviewed, and information obtained from the world literature and from the International Mycological Institute and Australian records is collated into an annotated host range checklist.

Author(s)
Medd, R. W.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1992, 71, 12, pp 891-901

The major fungal, bacterial, nematode, virus and virus-like, seedborne and physiological diseases of crops and forest trees in Nepal are reviewed. Tables are presented with information on hosts, disease names, causal organisms and their principal distribution in Nepal.

Author(s)
Dahal, G.; Amatya, P.; Manandhar, H. K.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1992, 71, 11, pp 797-807

The direct effect of infection of grasses with BYDV, the epidemiological role of pasture grasses in the disease and the possibility of finding sources of resistance in grass species are discussed in this review. Other more general findings, especially the characteristics of different isolates of...

Author(s)
Eagling, D. R.; Halloran, G. M.; Sward, R. J.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1991, 70, 3, pp 133-143

From a survey of the literature between 1975 and mid-1989, an account of the incidence and importance of fungal, bacterial, virus and nematode diseases of soyabeans in the USSR is presented, with comments on biology and control. Production is concentrated in certain areas under environmental...

Author(s)
Fulling, B. A.; Sinclair, J. B.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1991, 70, 11-12, pp 877-891

Symptoms, diagnosis, transmission and control of the major groundnut virus diseases (peanut mottle potyvirus, peanut stripe potyvirus, peanut clump furovirus, groundnut rosette disease, tomato spotted wilt virus, peanut stunt cucumovirus, cowpea mild mottle virus and cucumber mosaic cucumovirus)...

Author(s)
Reddy, D. V. R.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1991, 70, 9, pp 665-678

Diseases of cultivated plants in Belize are listed from available records. Particular attention is paid to problems of significance in expanding and diversifying crop production, including those which may become more important in the future and those of immediate quarantine concern. Several fungal...

Author(s)
Black, R.
Citation
Review of Plant Pathology, 1991, 70, 7, pp 469-477

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