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Epidemiology of groundnut rosette virus disease: current status and future research needs.
Rosette is the most destructive virus disease of groundnut in sub-Saharan Africa. It is caused by a complex of groundnut rosette assistor virus, groundnut rosette umbravirus and its satellite RNA.Expand
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AN INTRODUCED POPULATION OF THE GRAY SQUIRREL (SCIURUS CAROLINENSIS GMELIN) IN BRITISH COLUMBIA
A population of gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis leucotis Gapper) introduced into an isolated forest and park area of 1000 acres is the subject of the study. The squirrels have establishedExpand
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The association between species of Trichodorus and Paratrichodorus vector nematodes and serotypes of tobacco rattle tobravirus
Summary Virus transmission bait tests with single trichodorid nematodes from England, the Netherlands, Scotland or Sweden showed that a substantial degree of specificity occurs between trichodoridExpand
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Narcissus latent, a virus with filamentous particles and a novel combination of properties
Summary As previously reported, narcissus latent virus (NLV) has flexuous filamentous particles measuring c. 650 nm × 13 nm, is manually transmissible to Nicotiana clevelandii and TetragoniaExpand
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The ecology of the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) in coastal southern Western Australia
Demographic changes in three free-ranging rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) populations were monitored over 4 years in southern Western Australia. Peak densities followed periods of high rainfall andExpand
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Replication of RNA-1 of Tomato Black Ring Virus Independently of RNA-2
Summary In hybridization experiments, using complementary DNA (cDNA) copies of the two genome parts of tomato black ring virus (TBRV RNA-1 and RNA-2), no sequence homology between the two RNA speciesExpand
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Tobacco Rattle Virus in Tobacco Mesophyll Protoplasts: Infection and Virus Multiplication
Summary Poly-l-ornithine greatly increased infection of protoplasts by tobacco rattle virus (TRV), and had the largest effect when incubated with virus particles for at least 10 min beforeExpand
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Comparison of nucleic acid hybridisation and other tests for detecting tobacco rattle virus in narcissus plants and potato tubers
SUMMARY All isolates of tobacco rattle virus (TRV) found in naturally infected narcissus leaves produced nucleoprotein particles, mostly in large concentrations but, because of antigenicExpand
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