Current Research Topics in Plant Virology by Aiming Wang, Xueping Zhou

By Aiming Wang, Xueping Zhou

Topics coated during this ebook contain RNA silencing and its suppression in plant virus an infection, virus replication mechanisms, the organization of mobile membranes with virus replication and move, plant genetic resistance to viruses, viral cell-to-cell unfold, lengthy distance circulation in crops, virus prompted ER tension, virus range and evolution, virus-vector interactions, move safety, geminiviruses, adverse strand RNA viruses, viroids, and the analysis of plant viral ailments utilizing subsequent iteration sequencing. This e-book was once expected to aid plant pathologists, students, professors, lecturers and complicated scholars within the box with a complete cutting-edge wisdom of the subject.

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Plant Cell 13:571–583 Mallory AC, Elmayan T, Vaucheret H (2008) MicroRNA maturation and action--the expanding roles of ARGONAUTEs. Curr Opin Plant Biol 11:560–566 Marquardt S, Raitskin O, Wu Z, Liu F, Sun Q, Dean C (2014) Functional consequences of splicing of the antisense transcript COOLAIR on FLC transcription. Mol Cell 54:156–165 Martinez de Alba AE, Elvira-Matelot E, Vaucheret H (2013) Gene silencing in plants: a diversity of pathways. Biochim Biophys Acta 1829:1300–1308 Martinez de Alba AE, Moreno AB, Gabriel M, Mallory AC, Christ A, Bounon R, Balzergue S, Aubourg S, Gautheret D, Crespi MD, Vaucheret H, Maizel A (2015) In plants, decapping 1 Antiviral Silencing and Suppression of Gene Silencing in Plants 29 prevents RDR6-dependent production of small interfering RNAs from endogenous mRNAs.

D. edu © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 A. Wang, X. 1 Z. D. Nagy Introduction Viruses are the most abundant biological entities on Earth and they largely outnumber all other lifeforms. Regardless of their huge diversity in genome size, coding capacity, or the nature of their nucleic acids, single- or double-stranded, RNA or DNA, they are all molecular parasites that cannot multiply outside of their host cells. Their genomes are relatively small compared to their hosts’ genomes.

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