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Evidence of local evolution of tomato-infecting begomovirus species in West Africa: characterization of tomato leaf curl Mali virus and tomato yellow leaf crumple virus from Mali
Three predominant symptom phenotypes were observed: TYLC/ToLC (stunted upright growth and upcurled leaves with interveinal yellowing and vein purpling), yellow leaf crumple and broccoli or bonsai (severe stunting and distorted growth), and begomovirus infection in plants with each of these symptom phenotype and no evidence of phytoplasma infection. Expand
The N-terminus of the Begomovirus nuclear shuttle protein (BV1) determines virulence or avirulence in Phaseolus vulgaris.
It is established that the BDMV NSP is an avirulence determinant in UI 114, and mapped the domain involved in this response to the N-terminus, which is a variable surface-exposed region. Expand
Effect of daidzein on egg-laying performance in Shaoxing duck breeders during different stages of the egg production cycle
  • R.Q. Zhao, Y. Zhou, +4 authors J. Chen
  • Biology, Medicine
  • British poultry science
  • 1 April 2005
It is suggested that daidzein exerts divergent effects on the egg-laying performance of Shaoxing ducks under different physiological conditions and this action is dose-dependent. Expand
Evaluation of Cotton Germ Plasm for Resistance to the Whitefly and Cotton Leaf Crumple (CLCr) Disease and Etiology of CLCr in California's Imperial Valley.
CLCr disease in the Imperial Valley is caused by CLCrV-CA, and cotton entries with high levels of resistance were identified. Expand