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GRAPEVINE YELLOWS IN ITALY: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
Following the discovery and description by the middle of the past century in France of an epidemic grapevine disease called Flavescence doree (FD), comparable disorders known with the general name ofExpand
Serological relationships between the nucleocapsids of some planthopper-borne rhabdoviruses of cereals.
Leaves infected with barley yellow striate mosaic virus (BYSMV) from Italy, wheat chlorotic streak virus (WCSV) from France, northern cereal mosaic virus (NCMV) from Japan, maize sterile stunt virusExpand
Genetic relatedness of mycoplasmalike organisms detected in Ulmus spp. in the United States and Italy by means of DNA probes and polymerase chain reactions
DNA fragments of an elm yellows (EY) mycoplasmalike organism (MLO) from diseased periwinkle (Catharanthus roseus) were cloned in plasmid vector pSP6 and Escherichia coli strain JM83. DNA probes wereExpand
Differential acquisition of chrysanthemum yellows phytoplasma by three leafhopper species
Chrysanthemum yellows (CY) phytoplasma has been transmitted with three leafhopper species: Euscelidius variegatus (Kirschbaum), Macrosteles quadripunctulatus (Kirschbaum) and Euscelis incisusExpand
A history of plant virology. Cross protection.
Cross protection is a type of induced resistance developing in plants against viruses. Its basis is that prior infection with one virus affords protection against closely related ones. Its historyExpand
MOLECULAR HYBRIDIZATION AND PCR AMPLIFICATION OF NON-RIBOSOMAL DNA TO DETECT AND DIFFERENTIATE STOLBUR PHYTOPLASMA ISOLATES FROM ITALY
Amplification of ribosomal phytoplasma DNA by direct or nested PCR and stolbur-specific primers, followed by restriction length polymorphism analysis were used to detect and identify stolburExpand
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