Plant Virus–Insect Vector Interactions: Current and Potential Future Research Directions

@inproceedings{Dietzgen2016PlantVV,
  title={Plant Virus–Insect Vector Interactions: Current and Potential Future Research Directions},
  author={Ralf G Dietzgen and Krin S. Mann and Karyn N Johnson},
  booktitle={Viruses},
  year={2016}
}
Acquisition and transmission by an insect vector is central to the infection cycle of the majority of plant pathogenic viruses. Plant viruses can interact with their insect host in a variety of ways including both non-persistent and circulative transmission; in some cases, the latter involves virus replication in cells of the insect host. Replicating viruses can also elicit both innate and specific defense responses in the insect host. A consistent feature is that the interaction of the virus… CONTINUE READING

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