XVII International Symposium Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Temperate Fruit Crops

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9789066059603
0567-7572
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November 1998
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Bethesda, MD (USA)
June 23, 1997

Online articles

THE VERSATILITY OF PRUNUS TOMENTOSA AS A BIOINDICATOR OF VIRUSES

  • V.D. Damsteegt
  • A.L. Stone
  • G.I. Mink
  • W.E. Howell
  • H.E. Waterworth
  • L. Levy

APRICOT LATENT VIRUS: TRANSMISSION, PURIFICATION AND SEROLOGY

  • E.Z. Zemtchik
  • T.D. Verderevskaya
  • Yu.A. Kalashian

CHARACTERIZATION OF STOCKY PRUNE VIRUS, A NEW NEPOVIRUS DETECTED IN FRENCH PRUNES

  • T. Candresse
  • R.P. Delbos
  • O. Le Gall
  • J. Dunez
  • J.C. Desvignes

CHARACTERIZATION OF APPLE CHLOROTIC LEAF SPOT VIRUS ISOLATES FROM ITALY

  • G. Pasquini
  • F. Faggioli
  • M. Pilotti
  • V. Lumia
  • M. Barba

DETECTION OF PRUNE DWARF VIRUS IN SWEET CHERRY IN ISRAEL

  • S. Spiegel
  • A. Rosner
  • Y. Tam
  • S. Zilkah
  • E. Faingersh
  • A. Rotbaum
  • L. Krizbai

PECULIAR PLUM POX POTYVIRUS D-POPULATIONS ARE EPIDEMIC IN PEACH TREES

  • S. Dallot
  • G. Labonne
  • M. Boeglin
  • L. Quiot-Douine
  • J.B. Quiot
  • T. Candresse

OUTBREAK AND ERADICATION OF PLUM POX POTYVIRUS IN THE NETHERLANDS

  • J.Th.J. Verhoeven
  • A.M. de Haas
  • J.W. Roenhorst

INHERITANCE OF PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANCE IN PLUM HYBRIDS

  • I.T. Lahmatova
  • T.D. Verderevskaya
  • E.Z. Zemtchik
  • A.M. Juravel

ARTIFICIAL INFECTION OF PLUM GERMPLASM WITH PLUM POX VIRUS

  • F. Paprtšein
  • R. Karešová
  • M. Navrátil

IN VITRO INOCULATION OF PRUNUS SPECIES WITH PLUM POX POTYVIRUS

  • M. Lansac
  • L. Chalak
  • B. Cardona
  • A. Sorbier
  • M. Bodin-Ferri
  • F. Dosba
  • G. Labonne
  • L. Quiot
  • J.B. Quiot

CHARACTERIZATION OF PLUM POX VIRUS COAT PROTEIN EPITOPES USING FUSION PROTEINS EXPRESSED IN E. COLI

  • T. Candresse
  • F. Rafia
  • J. Dunez
  • M. Navratil
  • D. Boscia
  • M. Cambra
  • M. Asensio
  • J.A. García
  • G. Pasquini
  • M. Barba

SYNTHETIC PEPTIDES IN DIAGNOSIS OF PLUM POX POTYVIRUS

  • A. Crescenzi
  • L. d'Aquino
  • M. Nuzzaci
  • S. Comes
  • P. Piazzolla
  • A. De Stradis
  • A. Ostuni
  • A. Bavoso

A FIVE-YEAR STUDY TO DETERMINE THE EVENTUAL OCCURRENCE OF PLUM POX VIRUS IN CHERRY CULTIVARS IN HUNGARY

  • M. Kölber
  • M. Németh
  • G. Tõkés
  • L. Krizbai
  • S. Szõnyegi
  • I. Ember
  • Zs. Bereczky
  • E. Pocsai
  • R. Hangyál
  • Á. Vollent
  • E. Bencze
  • E. Papp
  • A. Pete
  • Gy. Hajnóczy
  • E. Kiss
  • P. Imre
  • M. Takács
  • F. Merõ

PHYTOSANITARY IMPROVEMENT OF FRUIT TREE SPECIES: DIAGNOSTIC STRATEGIES IN VIRUS-INDEXING OF IN VITRO PLANTS

  • A. da Câmara Machado
  • D. Mendonça
  • M.S. Lopes
  • E. Knapp
  • V. Hanzer
  • W. Arthofer
  • H. Katinger
  • M. Laimer da Câmara Machado

EFFORTS TO HARMONIZE AND PROMOTE A STONE FRUIT CERTIFICATION SCHEME IN THE MEDITERRANEAN COUNTRIES

  • B. Di Terlizzi
  • J.M.K. Çaglayan
  • I. Gavriel
  • A. Myrta
  • M. Srhiri
  • H. Zeramdini
  • J.M. Audergon
  • M. Djerbi
  • W. Khouri
  • V. Pallás
  • C. Varveri
  • V. Savino

VIRUS-FREE PLUM AND PEACH MOTHER PLANT PRODUCTION IN EGYPT

  • M.A.E. Awad
  • L.M. Ibrahem
  • A.E. Aboul-Ata
  • M. Ziedan
  • H.M. Mazyad
  • E. Abdel-Aziz
  • N. Mansour

DIAGNOSIS OF VIRAL DISEASES IN STONE FRUITS CULTIVATED IN THE AZOREAN ISLANDS TERCEIRA AND GRACIOSA

  • D. Mendonça
  • M.S. Lopes
  • A. da Câmara Machado
  • M. Laimer da Câmara Machado

THE NAKTUINBOUW-LABORATORY

  • A. van Zaaijen
  • J. Schuuring

INSPECTION ACTIVITIES OF NAKTUINBOUW

  • J.E.M. van Ruiten
  • G.P. Jongedijk

OCCURRENCE OF VIROIDS IN TEMPERATE FRUIT TREES IN ITALY

  • S. Loreti
  • F. Faggioli
  • R. Barrale
  • M. Barba

PLUM SPOTTED FRUIT: A DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH PEACH LATENT MOSAIC VIROID

  • L. Giunchedi
  • C. Poggi-Pollini
  • P. Gentit
  • L. Nemchinov
  • A. Hadidi

STATUS OF DAPPLE APPLE VIROID IN INDIA

  • A. Handa
  • P.D. Thakur
  • S.V. Bhardwaj

NON-TRANSMISSION OF APPLE SCAR SKIN VIROID AND PEACH LATENT MOSAIC VIROID THROUGH SEED

  • W.E. Howell
  • L.J. Skrzeczkowski
  • G.I. Mink
  • A. Nunez
  • T. Wessels

ELIMINATION OF APPLE FRUIT AND BARK DEFORMING AGENTS BY HEAT THERAPY

  • W.E. Howell
  • J. Burgess
  • G.I. Mink
  • L.J. Skrzeczkowski
  • Y.P. Zhang

OCCURRENCE OF FRUIT TREE PHYTOPLASMAS IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

  • M. Navrátil
  • P. Válová
  • R. Fialová
  • R. Karešová
  • J. Fránová
  • Z. Vorácková

TRANSMISSION OF PEAR DECLINE BY USING NATURALLY INFECTED CACOPSYLLA PYRI L.

  • L. Carraro
  • N. Loi
  • P. Ermacora
  • A. Gregoris
  • R. Osler

THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PEAR DECLINE IN THE UK

  • D.L. Davies
  • M.F. Clark
  • A.N. Adams

SUSCEPTIBILITY TO PHYTOPLASMA INFECTION OF THREE PEAR VARIETIES GRAFTED ON DIFFERENT ROOTSTOCKS

  • M. Pastore
  • M. Santonastaso
  • M. Vibio
  • A. Bertaccini
  • I.M. Lee
  • F. La Cara

MOLECULAR DETECTION OF PHYTOPLASMAS IN APPLE WITH RUBBERY WOOD SYMPTOMS

  • A. Bertaccini
  • M. Vibio
  • J. Franova-Honetslegrova
  • M. Janeckova

ERADICATION AS A CONTROL MEASURE FOR X-DISEASE IN CALIFORNIA CHERRY ORCHARDS

  • J.K. Uyemoto
  • R.E. Bethell
  • B.C. Kirkpatrick
  • G.P. Munkvold
  • J.J. Marois
  • K.W. Brown