Biological Transmission of Disease Agents by Karl Maramorosch

By Karl Maramorosch

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1959. Tomato spotted wilt (Lycopersicum virus 3 Smith) on tobacco in Bulgaria. ) Ministry Agr. Forests, Plant Protect. Inst. Sofia, Sei. Works 2, 7-32. Khuduina, I. P. 1941. Virus diseases of tobacco and makhorka in the USSR and their control. In "Plant Virus Disease and Their Control," Trans. Conf. on Plant Virus Diseases, Moscow, Feb. 4-7, 1940, pp. 203-218. ) Inst. Mikrobiol. Izd. Akad. , Moscow. (Abstr. in Rev. Appl. Entomol. ) Kovachevski, L, and Markov, M. 1959. Bronzing of tomatoes. ) Gradinarstvo 1, 26-29.

SLYKHUIS the virus had spread into the planting extensively the first summer. It does not appear feasible to attempt to control this disease either with miticides, as used for currant reversion, or by cultural practices, as used for wheat streak mosaic, but since there are such wide variations in the reactions of both perennial and Italian ryegrass plants, it appears desirable for plant breeders to select strains of these grasses resistant or immune to the virus. Mite-Transmitted Viruses That Affect Woody Perennials None of the three known mite-transmitted viruses that affect woody perennials has been transmitted by sap inoculation, but all have been reported graft transmissible.

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