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Association of a badnavirus with citrus mosaic disease in India
A previously unreported badnavirus was found to be associated with a mosaic disease occurring commonly in orchard trees and nursery plants of citrus in India. The virus had 30 x 150 nm nonenveloped… Expand
Variability in the coat protein gene of Papaya ringspot virus isolates from multiple locations in India
Summary.The coat protein (CP) sequences of eleven Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) isolates originating from different locations in India were determined, analysed and compared with the sequences of… Expand
Serological and coat protein sequence studies suggest that necrosis disease on sunflower in India is caused by a strain of Tobacco streak ilarvirus
- A. I. Bhat, R. Jain, Abhishek Kumar, M. Ramiah, A. Varma
- Biology, Medicine
- Archives of Virology
- 1 March 2002
Summary. Serological and coat protein sequence studies were conducted to identify an ilarvirus associated with necrosis disease on sunflower in India. In electroblot immunoassay, sunflower ilarvirus… Expand
Identification and Characterization of Banana Bract Mosaic Virus in India.
We have identified banana bract mosaic potyvirus (BBMV) in banana plants growing in the Coimbatore and Tiruchchirappalli regions of southern India based on symptomatology, particle morphology,… Expand
Selection of ura5 and ura3 mutants from the two varieties of Cryptococcus neoformans on 5-fluoroorotic acid medium.
- K. Kwon-Chung, A. Varma, J. Edman, J. Bennett
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of medical and veterinary mycology : bi…
Spontaneous mutants requiring uracil were isolated from both varieties of Cryptococcus neoformans by plating on 5-fluoroorotic acid (5-FOA) medium. Of the 36 strains tested (18 var. neoformans and 18… Expand
Detection of Greening BLO by Electron Microscopy, DNA Hybridization in Citrus Leaves with and without Mottle from Various Regions in India
First Report of the Association of a Nanovirus with Foorkey Disease of Large Cardamom in India.
Large cardamom (Amomum subulatum Roxb.) is affected by the serious disease 'foorkey', which is of unknown etiology (1). Excessive sprouting and formation of bushy dwarf clumps at the base of mother… Expand
First Report of Natural Infection of Luffa acutangula by Watermelon bud necrosis virus in India.
In August 2002, ridge gourd (Luffa acutangula) plant samples exhibiting yellowing of leaves were collected from the experimental farm of Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore, India.… Expand
Association of a tospovirus with sunflower necrosis disease