XIX International Symposium on Virus and Virus-like Diseases of Temperate Fruit Crops - Fruit Tree Diseases

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9789066051485
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September 2004
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Valencia (Spain)
July 21, 2003

Online articles

A PRELIMINARY ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENCE OF POME FRUIT VIRUSES IN ALBANIA

  • A. Myrta
  • B. Di Terlizzi
  • B. Stamo
  • M.A. Rwahnih
  • V. Savino
  • L. Carraro

IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW TRICHOVIRUS IN SOME FRUIT TREES INFECTED BY APPLE CHLOROTIC LEAF SPOT VIRUS (ACLSV)

  • D. Liberti
  • A. Ragozzino
  • P. Gentit
  • A. Marais
  • L. Svanella-Dumas
  • T. Candresse

BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES AND PARTIAL MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF AN APRICOT STRAIN OF CGRMV

  • D. Liberti
  • A. Ragozzino
  • P. Gentit
  • A. Marais
  • L. Svanella-Dumas
  • T. Candresse

APPLE CHLOROTIC LEAF SPOT VIRUS INFECTION INDUCES PLUM POX VIRUS-LIKE SYMPTOMS ON PLUM IN NEW ZEALAND

  • B.S.M. Lebas
  • D.R. Elliott
  • R. vandenBrink
  • F.M. Ochoa-Corona
  • J.Z. Tang
  • B.J.R. Alexander

DETECTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PLUM POX VIRUS ISOLATES IN LOMBARDIA AND VENETO REGIONS (ITALY)

  • P.A. Bianco
  • I. Aliverti
  • P. Casati
  • G. Belli
  • S. Comes
  • A. Fanigliulo
  • A. Crescenzi

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF PLUM POX VIRUS IN JAPANESE PLUMS IN SPAIN

  • M. Cambra
  • M.T. Gorris
  • N. Capote
  • M. Asensio
  • M.C. Martínez
  • E. Bertolini
  • C. Collado
  • A. Hermoso de Mendoza
  • E. Mataix
  • A. López

POTENTIAL PRUNUS HOST RANGE OF PPV-PENN ISOLATES BY APHID TRANSMISSION

  • V.D. Damsteegt
  • A.L. Stone
  • W.L. Schneider
  • D.G. Luster
  • F.E. Gildow

DETECTION AND ERADICATION OF PLUM POX VIRUS MARCUS TYPE IN ARAGÓN (SPAIN)

  • M.A. Cambra
  • J. Crespo
  • M.T. Gorris
  • M.C. Martínez
  • A. Olmos
  • N. Capote
  • M. Cambra

THE OCCURRENCE OF PPV IN CHERRY TREES IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

  • M. Navrátil
  • D. Šafářová
  • A. Crescenzi
  • A. Fanigliulo
  • S. Comes
  • K. Petrzik
  • R. Kare¿ová

DETECTION OF PLUM POX POTYVIRUS IN WEEDS

  • M. Viršček
  • I. Mavrič
  • M. Urbančič-Zemljič
  • V. Škerlavaj

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PLUM POX VIRUS AND PLUM BARK SPLIT VIRUS (ACLSV) IN PLUM

  • N. Minoiu
  • D. Vladianu
  • I. Oprean
  • M. Ravelonandro
  • P. Stegerean

RESISTANCE TO PLUM POX VIRUS: A MOLECULAR APPROACH

  • S. Vilanova
  • C. Romero
  • J.M. Soriano
  • J. Martínez-Calvo
  • G. Llácer
  • M.L. Badenes
  • J.D. Abernathy
  • A.G. Abbott

MOLECULAR GENETIC MAPPING OF THE PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANCE GENES IN APRICOT

  • D. Abernathy
  • T. Zhebentyayeva
  • A.G. Abbott
  • S. Vilanova
  • M.L. Badenes
  • J. Salava
  • J. Polák
  • B. Krska
  • V.D. Damsteegt

UTILIZATION OF ALMOND AS SOURCE OF PLUM POX VIRUS RESISTANCE IN PEACH BREEDING

  • P. Martínez-Gómez
  • M. Rubio
  • F. Dicenta
  • T.M. Gradziel

LOCALIZATION OF COAT PROTEIN AND NUCLEIC ACID OF PLUM POX VIRUS IN PRUNUS PETIOLE AND STEM TISSUES

  • M. Rubio
  • B. Gosálvez
  • J.A. Hernández
  • F. Dicenta
  • P. Martínez-Gómez
  • J.A. Sánchez-Navarro
  • V. Pallás

IN SITU LOCALISATION OF PLUM POX PARTICLES IN SUSCEPTIBLE AND RESISTANT APRICOT CULTIVARS

  • L. Ion-Nagy
  • J.P. Eyquard
  • O. Legall
  • V. Decroocq
  • M. Hernould
  • J.P. Bru

POTENTIAL USE OF TRANSGENIC PLUMS RESISTANT TO PLUM POX VIRUS FIELD INFECTION

  • R. Scorza
  • T. Malinowski
  • N. Minoiu
  • M. Ravelonandro
  • M. Cambra

PRUNUS/PPV INTERACTIONS: A MOLECULAR APPROACH

  • V. Decroocq
  • V. Schurdi-Levraud
  • J.P. Eyquard
  • O. Legall
  • D. Wawrzyńczak
  • J. Del Amo
  • L. Simon
  • A Martínez

EFFECT OF PLUM POX VIRUS INFECTION ON PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND ANTIOXIDANT ENZYME ACTIVITY IN PEACH 'GF305'

  • J.A. Hernández
  • J.E. Olmos
  • B. Portillo
  • M. Rubio
  • F. Dicenta
  • P. Martínez-Gómez

EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE THAT APPLE DIMPLE FRUIT VIROID DOES NOT SPREAD NATURALLY

  • M. Malfitano
  • D. Alioto
  • A. Ragozzino
  • F. Di Serio
  • R. Flores

DETECTION OF PEAR BLISTER CANKER VIROID IN POME FRUIT ORCHARDS ACROSS AUSTRALIA

  • P. Joyce
  • B. Rodoni
  • J.M. Crosslin
  • W.E. Howell
  • K.C. Eastwell

DETECTION BY TISSUE PRINTING OF STONE FRUIT VIROIDS, FROM EUROPE, THE MEDITERRANEAN AND NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA

  • H. Torres
  • G. Gómez
  • V. Pallás
  • B. Stamo
  • A. Shalaby
  • B. Aouane
  • I. Gavriel
  • P. Kominek
  • K. Caglayan
  • M. Sipahioglu
  • R. Michelutti
  • A. Myrta
  • N. Fiore

TOLERANCE INCREASE TO PEAR DECLINE PHYTOPLASMA IN MYCORRHIZAL OHF-333 PEAR ROOTSTOCK

  • M. García-Chapa
  • A. Batlle
  • A. Laviña
  • A. Camprubí
  • V. Estaún
  • C. Calvet

IDENTIFICATION OF PHYTOPLASMAS ON POMACEOUS FRUIT TREE SPECIES IN HUNGARY

  • I. Ember
  • M. Nemeth
  • L. Krizbai
  • M. Kolber
  • M. Szakál
  • S. Botti
  • A. Bertaccini
  • GY. Bohár
  • R. Zsovák-Hangyál

EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EUROPEAN STONE FRUIT YELLOWS PHYTOPLASMA IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

  • R. Fialová
  • M. Navrátil
  • P. Válová
  • P. Lauterer
  • F. Kocourek
  • Z. Poncarová-Voráčková

OCCURRENCE AND EPIDEMIOLOGY OF EUROPEAN STONE FRUIT YELLOWS PHYTOPLASMA IN SPAIN

  • A. Laviña
  • J. Sabaté
  • M. García-Chapa
  • A. Batlle
  • E. Torres

PHYTOPLASMA DISEASES OF STONE FRUIT TREES IN POLAND

  • M. Cieślińska
  • H. Morgaś
  • T. Jakubowski

PHYLOGENETICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND PCR DETECTION OF A NEW PHYTOPLASMA IN ALMOND (PRUNUS AMYGDALUS) AND PEACH (PRUNUS PERSICAE) IN THE MEDITERRANEAN AREA

  • E. Verdin
  • P. Salar
  • P. Danet
  • J.L. Danet
  • B. Gélie
  • J.M. Bové
  • M. Garnier
  • E. Choueiri
  • F. Jreijiri
  • S. El Zammar

MULTIPLEX DETECTION OF PLANT (QUARANTINE) PATHOGENS BY MICRO-ARRAYS: AN INNOVATIVE TOOL FOR PLANT HEALTH MANAGEMENT

  • C.D. Schoen
  • M. de Weerdt
  • M. Szemes
  • P. Bonants
  • R. van Beuningen
  • A. Chan
  • R. Hilhorst
  • P. Boender

NEW APPROACH IN THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE CAUSAL AGENT OF FIG MOSAIC DISEASE

  • L. Serrano
  • J. Ramon
  • J. Segarra
  • V. Medina
  • M.A. Achón
  • M. López
  • M. Juárez

IDENTIFICATION OF CITRUS TRISTEZA VIRUS STRAINS IN LOUISIANA AND ALABAMA

  • R. Valverde
  • A. Landry
  • M. Nesbitt
  • P. Lotrakul
  • W. Dozier
  • R. Ebel