How do plant viruses induce disease? Interactions and interference with host components.

@article{Palls2011HowDP,
  title={How do plant viruses induce disease? Interactions and interference with host components.},
  author={Vicente Pall{\'a}s and Juan Antonio Garc{\'i}a},
  journal={The Journal of general virology},
  year={2011},
  volume={92 Pt 12},
  pages={
          2691-705
        }
}
Plant viruses are biotrophic pathogens that need living tissue for their multiplication and thus, in the infection-defence equilibrium, they do not normally cause plant death. In some instances virus infection may have no apparent pathological effect or may even provide a selective advantage to the host, but in many cases it causes the symptomatic phenotypes of disease. These pathological phenotypes are the result of interference and/or competition for a substantial amount of host resources… CONTINUE READING

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