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MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF TOMATO LEAF CURL HAINAN VIRUS AND TOMATO LEAF CURL HANOI VIRUS IN VIETNAM
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The virus was named Tomato leaf curl Hanoi virus (ToLCHanV), which has apparently emerged through recombination with Papaya leaf curl China viru s (PaLCuCNV) and Ageratum leaf curl virus (ALCV).
Analysis of internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of Phytophthora tropicalis causing quick wilt disease of black pepper in Vietnam
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Sequence comparisons and phylogenetic analyses provide strong evidences that the Vietnamese isolates are all different isolates of P. tropicalis and a closely related species, P. capsici.
Root knot nematode infections promoted by agricultural practice modifications in Vietnam and the impacts on rice production
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Sequencing of the internal transcribed spacer (ITS) region of the rDNA genes of the nematodes showed that the root nematode extracted from the infested fields belonged to Meloidogyne graminicola, suggesting that this plant is annually cultivated on a paddy field for crop rotation, preventive measures or alternative plant for crop rottion is necessary.
Genetic characterization of the rice sheath blight pathogen Rhizoctonia solani AG1-IA in North Vietnam by rep-PCR and sequence analysis.
Representative isolates of Rhizoctonia solani AG1-IA associated with rice sheath blight obtained from North Vietnam were characterized using rep-PCR fingerprinting and ITS-5.8S rDNA sequencing. For
First Report of Distinct Bamboo mosaic virus (BaMV) Isolates Infecting Bambusa funghomii in Vietnam and the Identification of a Highly Variable Region in the BaMV Genome
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Results revealed the presence of unique BaMV isolates in an additional bamboo species in one more country, Vietnam, and provided evidence in support of the possible involvement of environmental or host factors in the diversification and evolution ofBaMV.
Control mechanism of Chaetomium spp. and its biological control of Citrus root rot in pot and field experiments in Vietnam
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Results in the field trial revealed that the disease index of cturs root rot caused by P. parasitica in Chaetomium biofungicide treatment was not significantly differed from Metalaxyl chemical fungicide when compated to the non-treated control.
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