3 edition of Potato virus diseases found in the catalog.
Potato virus diseases
M. B. McKay
by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State Agricultural College in Corvallis, Ore
Written in English
|Statement||[by M.B. McKay and T.P. Dykstra].|
|Series||Station bulletin / Oregon Agricultural College Experiment Station -- 294., Station bulletin (Oregon State Agricultural College. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 294.|
|Contributions||Dykstra, Theodore P., 1896-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||40 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
(shelved 1 time as plague-virus-disease-outbreaks) avg rating — 1, ratings — published This is a comprehensive up-to-date treatise including information on virus-, viroid-, and phytoplasma-induced potato diseases. The chapters of this book were written by internationally well-known experts and include novel techniques of detection, virus isolation, transmission, and epidemiology of the pathogens.
Potato virus Y (PVY) strain groups are based on host response and resistance gene interactions. The strain groups PVYO, PVYC and PVYN are well established for the isolates infecting potato in the field. A switch in the emphasis from host response to nucleotide sequence differences in the virus genomes, detection of isolates recombining sequences of different Cited by: Potato leafroll virus (PLRV) is a member of the genus Polerovirus and family phloem limited positive sense RNA virus infects potatoes and other members of the family Solanaceae. PLRV was first described by Quanjer et al. in PLRV is transmitted by aphids, primarily the green peach aphid, Myzus is one of the most important potato Genus: Polerovirus.
Sweet Potato Diseases: Diagnosis and Management Vinayaka Hegde* • R. S. Misra, M. L. Jeeva Central Tuber Crops Research Institute, Thiruvananthapuram , India Corresponding author: * [email protected] ABSTRACT Yield of sweet potato cultivars have appeared to gradually decline over the years in most of the sweet potato growing Size: KB. Viral diseases have been a major limiting factor threating sustainable potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) production in s were conducted to serologically quantify the incidence of RNA viruses infecting potato; Potato virus X (PVX), Potato virus Y (PVY), Potato virus S (PVS), Potato virus A (PVA), Potato virus M (PVM) and Potato leaf roll virus (PLRV) in Cited by:
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Compendium of Potato Diseases, Second Edition includes up-to-date information on diseases and disorders affecting potatoes worldwide.
Since its first publication 20 years ago, key pathogens and management practices have greatly expanded, and the international importance of many pathogens has changed.4/4(1). Potato diseases are caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, mycoplasmas, a viroid, nematode m- festations, and by abiotic, or noninfectious, entities.
Insects such as leafhopper and psyllids cause injuries to the potato that are often confused with diseases. Potato Diseases presents the practical experience and scientific research in production and the diseases of the seed potato. The book features chapters on bacterial and fungal diseases, diseases caused by viruses, viroids, and mycoplasmas and by nematodes and insects, noninfectious diseases, and seed potato Edition: 1.
Potato Diseases. Alternaria. Black dot. Blackleg and Bacterial soft rot. Black Scurf and Stem Canker. Dry rot. Brown rot. Common Scab. Dickeya.
Gangrene. Potato Virus Y (PVY) Planting & Buyer Returns System. The Interactive Potato Store (TIPS) Be CIPC Compliant.
Potato Variety Database. One Voice Campaign. Virus diseases. The potato leaf-roll virus (PLRV) and potato virus Y (PVY) are the two most devastating viruses worldwide and can severely reduce yields.
Infection with PLRV can also lead to net necrosis in the tubers. The other important virus diseases are the mosaics caused by potato viruses PVX, PVS, PVA and PVM.
Potato virus Y (PVY) is a plant pathogenic virus of the family Potyviridae, and one of the most important plant viruses affecting potato production. PVY infection of potato plants results in a variety of symptoms depending on the viral mildest of these symptoms is production loss, but the most detrimental is 'potato tuber necrotic ringspot disease' (PTNRD).Family: Potyviridae.
Virus and Virus-like Diseases of Potatoes and Production of Seed-Potatoes Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by Gad Loebenstein (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Format: Paperback. Virus diseases can often be diagnosed by mosaic patterns on leaves, stunting of the plant, leaf malformations, and tuber malformations.
Symptoms are not always expressed due to interactions between the virus and the potato plant, growing conditions such as fertility and the weather, or the age of the plant when it is infected.
About this book. Compendium of Potato Diseases, Second Edition includes up-to-date information on diseases and disorders affecting potatoes its first publication 20 years ago, key pathogens and management practices have greatly expanded, and the international importance of many pathogens has changed.
Download Citation | Virus Diseases of Potatoes | The cultivated potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is known to be infected by at least 40 viruses.
Viruses pose a. absent, explains why potato virus diseases are of particular importance in the devel- oping world and estimated to account for 50% or more of the potential total yield being lost (Harahagazwe et.
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This is a list of diseases and disorders found in potatoes. Phytoplasma infection or anything that constricts the stem, including but not limited to Rhizoctonia canker, heat necrosis, chemical injury, mechanical injury, wind injury.
^ William Surman (19 August ). "Major new disease threat to potatoes". Farmers Guardian / UBM Information. This is the definitive work on the diseases and disorders of the tomato, a worldwide crop of significant economic importance.
Show less Following the successful first edition, this revised edition, contains pages and color photos and diagrams, covering every imaginable symptom, pest and disease affecting the tomato.
Potato virus and virus-like diseases. Plant Virus Slide Series Clemson University. Clemson, S. Carol. USA, Set pp. Kaczmarek U, Weeds as a source of potato viruses. Ziemniak Bonin, Poland: Instytut Ziemniaka, Kassanis B, Serological relationship between potato paracrinkle virus, potato virus S and carnation latent virus.
The viruses include potato leafroll virus, potato viruses Y, X, A, S, M, and alfalfa mosaic virus, with the first three being the most important. Major Potato Viruses Potato leafroll virus (PLRV) causes an important disease of potatoes affectine the auantitv and quality of production and may cause a crop to be ineligible for certification.
This increase in insect vectors and virus disease incidence, combined with the fact that virus-tested seed systems are weak or entirely absent, explains why potato virus diseases are of particular importance in the developing world and estimated to account for 50% or more of the potential total yield being lost (Harahagazwe et al.
In Author: J. Kreuze, J. Souza-Dias, A. Jeevalatha, A. Figueira, J. Valkonen, R. Jones. This book is a complete source of current information on important plant virus diseases. This practical resource will guide its readers toward the development and application of novel technologies for plant virus disease control.
Coverage includes diseases of crops including corn, wheat, barley, oats, rice, sugarcane, bean, faba bean, peanut, potato, tomato, cucumber. SELECT THE BEST POSITIVE SELECTION TO IMPROVE FARM SAVED SEED POTATOES FARMER FIELD AID Ministry of Agriculture Kenya Peter Gildemacher, Paul Demo, Peter Kinyae, Mercy Wakahiu, Moses Nyongesa, Thomas Zschocke C A Farmer trial demonstrating ‘select the best’, Narok, Kenya SELECT THE BEST POSITIVE SELECTION TO IMPROVE FARM.
This book is a comprehensive up-to-date treatise that includes information on virus- viroid- and phytoplasma-induced potato diseases. The chapters of this book were written by internationally well-known experts and include novel techniques of detection, virus isolation, transmission and epidemiology of the pathogens, as well as their control by rapid propagation of the virus-tested.
This book describes interactions of plant viruses with hosts and transmission vectors in an agricultural context. Starting with an overview of virus biology, economics and management, chapters then address economically significant plant diseases of tropical and subtropical crops.
For each disease, symptoms, distribution, economic impact, causative virus, 5/5(1).Among the viral diseases, mosaic, stunting, necrosis and leaf roll are most important and caused by several viruses i.e.
Potato Virus X (PVX), Potato Virus Y (PVY), Potato Virus A (PVA), Potato Virus M (PVM), Potato Virus S (PVS), Potato aucuba virus, mop-top virus, potato leaf roll virus (PLRV) and potato apical leaf roll virus (APLRV) in all.To detect the virus in the presence of the related potato virus S, antisera against potato virus M absorbed with potato virus S can be used (Bagnall, Wetter & Larson, ).
Double diffusion tests in agar gel can be used, but a high concentration of antigen is necessary (Wetter, ).