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- F. Aparicio; J. Aramburu; M. C. Herranz; V. Pallas; C. Lopez
- Acta horticulturae 2018 v. no.1207 pp. 261-268
- Parietaria; Parietaria mottle virus; RNA; biological control; bioprinting; coat proteins; crops; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; fruits; genome; host specificity; hosts; insects; leaves; necrosis; nucleic acid hybridization; phylogeny; pollen; polyclonal antibodies; provenance; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction; tomatoes; virus transmission; viruses; California; France; Greece; Italy; Spain
- ... Several isolates of Parietaria mottle virus (PMoV), a member of the genus Ilarvirus, have been described that affect tomato plants. These isolates, named PMoV‑T, cause rings and a bright necrotic mosaic on young leaves that progresses to necrosis of the leaves, stem and apex. Fruits of affected plants display corky rings and brown patches, which develop into ridges with necrotic scars. The virus h ...
- S. Diamandis; C. Perlerou; Z. Nakopoulou; V. Christopoulos; E. Topalidou; G. Tziros
- Acta horticulturae 2014 no.1043 pp. 23-34
- Castanea; Cryphonectria parasitica; biological control; coppicing; forests; fungi; horticulture; human resources; inoculum; orchards; silvicultural practices; tree age; viruses; Greece
- ... Since 1963 when chestnut blight was recorded for the first time in Greece, the disease has spread into all 29 chestnut growing prefectures. As a result the national, annual chestnut production was reduced from 18,000 tons in the 1960s to 11,000 tons in 2005. A project for the application of biological control on a nationwide scale was funded and implemented during the period 2007-2009. Hypovirulen ...