EurekaMag.com logo
+ Translate

Major viruses affecting orchids


, : Major viruses affecting orchids. Orchids 65(8): 836-843

Odontoglossum ringspot tobamovirus and cymbidium mosaic potexvirus on orchids are discussed.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 002889202

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Navalinskiene, M.; Raugalas, J.; Samuitiene, M., 2005: Viral diseases of flower plants. 16. Identification of viruses affecting orchids (Cymbidium Sw.). Cymbidium mosaic potexvirus [Cymbidium mosaic virus] (CymMV) and Odontoglossum ringspot tobamovirus [Odontoglossum ringspot virus] (ORSV) were isolated from C. hybrida plants in Lithuania. The viruses were identified using test plants and electron...

Zhou Guo Hui; Chen Xiao Qin; L.M.i Hui; Zhou Jie Lang; Tang Tian Hua; Feng Sheng Xiang; Guo L.J.ng; Zhang Wang, 2004: Identification and detection of two major viruses infecting orchids by molecular technique. Based on reported Cymbidium mosaic virus (CyMV) and Odontoglossum ringspot virus (ORSV) genomic cDNA sequences, two pairs of PCR primers for viral coat protein gene with expected ampliffied sizes of 784bp and 604bp were designed respectively, and...

Pincus, T.; Hartley, J.W.; Rowe, W.P., 1971: A major genetic locus affecting resistance to infection with murine leukemia viruses. I. Tissue culture studies of naturally occurring viruses. Previous studies have indicated that all naturally occurring murine leukemia viruses propagate significantly more efficiently on embryo cells of either NIH Swiss or BALB/c mice. Studies of the plaquing efficiency of representative viruses on embry...

Pincus, T.; Hartley, J.W.; Rowe, W.P., 1971: A major genetic locos affecting resistance to infection with marine leukemia viruses. 1. Tissue culture studies of naturally occurring viruses. Studies of cell cultures from F1 and backcross hybrids involving various mouse strains indicated that a single genetic locus plays a major role in determining in 'vitro susceptibility to naturally occurring murine N-and B-tropic leucaemia vir...

Pincus, T.; Hartley, J.W.; Rowe, W.P., 1971: A major genetic locus affecting resistance to infection with murine leukemia viruses part 1 tissue culture studies of naturally occurring viruses. Journal of Experimental Medicine 133(6): 1219-1233

Velasquez, N.; Rodriguez, E.; Arango, R., 2005: ELISA and RT-PCR for diagnosis of two major viruses affecting orquids. The efficiency of RT-PCR and DAS-ELISA in detecting the presence of Cymbidium mosaic virus (CyMV) and Odontoglossum ringspot virus (OrRV) in 46 orchids belonging to different genera was determined and compared. The results were the same for 90% of...

Gungoosingh Bunwaree, A., 2001: Status of major viruses affecting cucurbitaceous crops in Mauritius. Over a period of 2 years (July 1999 to December 2000), the major cucurbit-growing areas of Mauritius were surveyed for viral diseases. A total of 160 leaf samples representing 11 cultivated species namely bittergourd (Momordica charantia), bottleg...

Twardowicz Jakusz, A.; Zielinska, L., 1999: Occurrence and identification of viruses affecting Brassica vegetable crops in Poland. I. Survey of viruses affecting Brassica commercial cultures and trials of cultivar research centre stations. Most of the Brassica oleracea varieties surveyed in the central and northwest regions of Poland during 1982-85 appeared to be virus infected. Seven of 9 varieties surveyed were infected with virus to some degree. Two main viruses were identified,...

Twardowicz Jakusz, A.; Zielinska, L., 1997: Occurrence and identification of viruses affecting lettuce in Poland. I. Survey of viruses affecting lettuce field plantations. Fifteen of the 27 lettuce fields surveyed during 1982-85 in the central region of Poland, were virus-infected. However, the percentage of infected plants was low (0-4.2%). Lettuce mosaic potyvirus and dandelion yellow mosaic sequivirus were the mo...

Pincus, T.; Hartley, J.W.; Rowe, W.P., 1975: A major genetic locus affecting resistance to infection with murine leukemia viruses. IV. Dose-response relationships in Fv-1-sensitive and resistant cell cultures. Virology 65(2): 333-342