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Transmission of grassy shoot disease of sugarcane by a leaf hopper (Deltocephalus vulgaris Dash & Viraktamath).

  title={Transmission of grassy shoot disease of sugarcane by a leaf hopper (Deltocephalus vulgaris Dash \& Viraktamath).},
  author={Vijai Singh and Arun Baitha and O. K. Sinha},
Detection of sugarcane grassy shoot phytoplasma infecting sugarcane in India and its phylogenetic relationships to closely related phytoplasmas
The extensive survey of phytoplasmal infections in sugarcane plants in India as well as analysis of phylogenetic relationships of SCGSphytoplasma strains to each other and to other closely related phy toplasmas, had previously not been known.
Disease Problems of Sugarcane in Vietnam , with Special Reference to Phytoplasma
Seventeen diseases of sugarcane have been found in Vietnam including 13 fungal, 2 bacterial and 2 phytoplasmal diseases. Among them, the most important diseases are smut, pineapple, red rot,
Evaluation of sugarcane genotypes against yellow leaf disorder under field conditions in subtropical India
Abstract Sugarcane yellow leaf (YL) caused by Sugarcane yellow leaf virus (ScYLV) and leaf yellows (LY) caused by Sugarcane leaf yellows phytoplasma (SCYP) is major constraint in sugarcane
Sugarcane Grassy Shoot (SCGS) Disease - An Overview
  • A. Anuradha
  • Biology
    International Journal of Pure & Applied Bioscience
  • 2019
The present review summarizes the symptoms expression, mode and source of infection, transmission, biochemical aspects and detection methods of casual pathogen and disease management of sugarcane phytoplasma.
New subgroup 16SrXI-F phytoplasma strain associated with sugarcane grassy shoot (SCGS) disease in India.
The 16S rRNA gene-based phylogenetic analysis of reported RYD and BGWL group phy toplasmas showed that they are a genetically diverse group of phytoplasmas.
Molecular Diagnostics and Application of DNA Markers in the Management of Major Diseases of Sugarcane
There is further need to develop highly sensitive, specific and cost effective detection tools for key pathogens, which can be used for large scale sugarcane seed certification, germplasm quarantine programmes and diagnostic laboratories in order to detect these pathogens in seed cane.
Recent biotechnological approaches in diagnosis and management of sugarcane phytoplasma diseases
Biotechnological and molecular assays developed in recent years have been utilized at a large scale to characterize these pathogens at an early stage of growth and for screening planting seed materials for possible elimination and management of theses phytoplasma at anEarly stage of their growth and propagation.
Identification and Isolation of SCGS Phytoplasma-specific Fragments by Riboprofiling and Development of Specific Diagnostic Tool
This study targeted towards identifying SCGS phytoplasma-specific gene fragments using Arbitrarily Primed-PCR technique, and developing efficient and species-specific detection tools for SC GS phy toplasma by determining detection efficiency of four potential SCGS specific TDFs.