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Ecological implications from a molecular analysis of phytoplasmas involved in an aster yellows epidemic in various crops in Texas.
- I. Lee, M. Martini, K. Bottner, R. Dane, M. C. Black, N. Troxclair
- Biology, Medicine
- 1 November 2003
ABSTRACT In the spring of 2000, an aster yellows (AY) epidemic occurred in carrot crops in the Winter Garden region of southwestern Texas. A survey revealed that vegetable crops, including cabbage,… Expand
First Report of an Aster Yellows Phytoplasma Associated with Cabbage in Southern Texas.
In early spring 2000 carrot crops in southwestern Texas were severely infected by an outbreak of phyllody associated with aster yellows phytoplasma. Cabbage crops that had been planted adjacent to… Expand
First Report of a Member of Aster Yellows Phytoplasma Group and of Clover Proliferation Phytoplasma Group Associated with Onion in Texas.
An unknown disease(s) emerged this spring (2000) in an onion field in southwestern Texas. Infected onion plants exhibited two symptom types, one with shoot proliferation, moderate stunting of plants,… Expand
Critically reviewing globalization
Globalization is a buzzword about which there is hardly any consensus, despite the large number of books written on the topic. Let alone its consequences, scholars cannot even come to an agreement on… Expand