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Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India

S. P. Raychaudhuri

Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India

by S. P. Raychaudhuri

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Published by Oxford & IBH Pub. Co. in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Virus diseases of plants -- India.,
    • Mycoplasma diseases in plants -- India.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies and indexes.

      StatementS.P. Raychaudhuri and T.K. Nariani.
      ContributionsNariani, T. K.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSB736 .R38
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 102, [20] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages102
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4704293M
      LC Control Number77905189

      The Virus, Mycoplasma and Rickettsia Diseases of Fruit Trees (Forestry Sciences) Hardcover – Ma by M.V. Németh (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: M.V. Németh. Mycoplasma is a bacteria (or germ) that can infect different parts of your body. Which body part is affected--your lungs, skin, or urinary tract, depends on which type of mycloplasma bacteria is.

      Aphids (superfamily Aphidoidea) are known to transmit over different kinds of plant viruses, including beet mosaic, cabbage black ringspot, carnation latent, cauliflower mosaic, cherry ringspot, cucumber mosaic, onion yellow dwarf, pea wilt, potato Y, tobacco etch, tobacco mosaic, tomato spotted wilt, and turnip yellow mosaic. Plant viruses are viruses that affect all other viruses, plant viruses are obligate intracellular parasites that do not have the molecular machinery to replicate without a viruses can be pathogenic to higher plants.. Most plant viruses are rod-shaped, with protein discs forming a tube surrounding the viral genome; isometric particles are another common .

      from well-nourished plants that are free from disease Tomato crop is prone to various types of diseases such as seed borne, soil borne as well as air borne. Hence, it suffers through large number of severe diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, mycoplasma, nematode etc. Large number of workers hasFile Size: 80KB. Plant disease - Plant disease - General characteristics: The fungi represent an extremely large and diverse group of eukaryotic microorganisms. The cells, which contain a membrane-bound nucleus, are devoid of chlorophyll and have rigid cell walls. Fungi often have a plantlike vegetative body consisting of microscopic branching threadlike filaments of various lengths, called .


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Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India by S. P. Raychaudhuri Download PDF EPUB FB2

Book: Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India. + pp. ref Abstract: An introduction is followed by chapters on virus diseases of cereal crops, pulse and legume crops, fruits, vegetables, plantation crops, oilseed and fibre crops, ornamental plants plants Subject Category: Organism NamesCited by: 2.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raychaudhuri, S.P. (Syama Prasad), Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India.

New Delhi: Oxford & IBH Pub. Plant virus and mycoplasmal diseases in India: a bibliography. [K S Sastry] Book: All Authors / Contributors: K S Sastry. Find more information about: Mycoplasma diseases in plants.

Plant viruses. Virus diseases of plants. India. Confirm this request. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): ersitylibrary (external link)Author: Review By: Karl Maramorosch. For the purpose of this review the term “plant mycoplasma diseases” will be used to describe diseases caused by identified, as well as unidentified agents considered until to belong to plant pathogenic viruses.

Some of these agents resemble mycoplasmas, while others resemble by: 9. Organized into 15 chapters, this book begins with the isolation, characterization and identification of spiroplasmas and mycoplasma-like organisms.

It then describes the various diseases of trees and shrubs, specifically yellows disease, stubborn disease, Paulownia witches' broom disease, mulberry dwarf, blueberry stunt, and sandal spike disease.

The Occurrence and Interaction of Plant Viruses and Mollicutes in Plants and Insect Vectors. Non-Chemical Control of Plant Mycoplasma Diseases. Karl Maramorosch. Pages Back Matter. Pages PDF. IUFRO Working Party on Mycolplasma Diseases New Delhi India; Bibliographic information. DOI https.

In diseased corn (Zea mays L.) plants, mycoplasmalike bodies were MYCOPLASMA DISEASES Virus and mycoplasma diseases of plants in India book PLANTS AND INSECTS observed in phloem sieve elements of infected plants (Granados et al., a; Granados, b; Maramorosch et al., a,b; Shikata et al.,a; Shikata and Maramorosch, a).Cited by: Handbook of Plant Virus Diseases presents basic information about viral-caused and viral-like diseases in many cultivated crops.

The editors, internationally known plant pathologists, provide authoritative descriptive symptomatic signatures of virus diseases, to aid in the diagnosis and possible control of viruses. In this article we will discuss about the mycoplasmal diseases of potato.

(a) Purple Top Roll: The disease occurs particularly in North America but reported for the first time in India which can cause 15 to 20% of loss of Potato yield.

Plants and humans do not transmit viruses to each other, but humans can spread plant viruses through physical contact. These include: tobacco, pepper, potato, tomato, eggplant, cucumber, petunia.

The sugarcane mosaic virus discolors leaves of the sugarcane plant, restricting its ability to feed itself through photosynthesis and grow. List of Diseases in Crops or Plants caused by Fungi, Bacteria, Virus etc. result of living and/or non-living causes.

Biotic diseases are caused by living organisms (e.g., fungi, bacteria, and viruses).» A symptom of plant disease is a visible effect of disease on the plant.

Symptoms may include a detectable change in color, shape or. The main difference between virus and mycoplasma is that the virus is a non-living particle, which requires a host for its replication whereas mycoplasma is a true bacterium, which lacks a cell wall and, has an irregular shape.

Furthermore, a virus is an obligate parasite while mycoplasma is mostly a free-living organism. Mycoplasma and virus are pathogenic. The Occurrence and Interaction of Plant Viruses and Mollicutes in Plants and Insect Vectors. Non-Chemical Control of Plant Mycoplasma Diseases.

Book Title Mycoplasma Diseases of Crops Book Subtitle Basic and Applied Aspects Editors. Karl Maramorosch. Abstract. SPIKE disease of Sandal (Santalum album L.) is of considerable importance to the sandal-wood industry of southern India 1,2.

It has been considered for many years that this disease is caused by a virus 3 and its transmission by grafting 3,4, by haustoria of sandal 3, by the leafhopper Jassus indicus Cited by:   This book is organized into two major parts encompassing 16 chapters that discuss general aspects of plant diseases and specific plant diseases caused by various microorganisms.

This edition includes chapters or sections on diseases caused by mycoplasma-like organisms, rickettsia-like bacteria, viroids, and Edition: 2. Virus, viroid, mycoplasma and rickettsial diseases of plants in Western Australia By: G.

McLean and L. Price Editor: D. Johnston This bulletin provides details of the virus, viroid, mycoplasma and rickettsial diseases recorded on plants in Western Australia.

To establish these records, a range of tests have been usedCited by: Systematic Veterinary Virology. This note explains the following topics: structure, classification, repliation and viral interference, Group V viruses, Negative sense single stranded RNA viruses, Morbilli virus, Orthomyxo viruses, Equine flu, nature of the virus, disease and its pathogenesis, diagnosis and various lab tests, vaccines, Zoonotic potential, Impacts of swine flu, Negative.

The non pathogenic diseases in plants can occur due to changes in the soil pH, humidity, moisture in soil, etc. However, parasitic diseases are caused by contagious pathogens. These pathogens easily pass on from plant to plant, through air, soil, water, use of tools, insects, etc.

Significant plant virus diseases in India and a glimpse of modern disease management technology Article (PDF Available) in Journal of General Plant Pathology 75(1) February with 5, Author: Narayan Rishi. vi. Use seeds collected from disease free plants. vii. Growing resistant varieties for e.g., Akra anamia, Akra Abhay.

Punjab Padmini etc. Disease # 4. Little Leaf of Brinjal: This disease of brinjal was first reported in India in It was first considered a disease caused by virus.

However, init was attributed to a Mycoplasma-like.Provides details of the virus, viroid, mycoplasma and rickettsial diseases recorded on plants in Western Australia.

To establish these records, a range of tests have been used including sap transmission; leaf dip electron microscopy; aphid transmission and serology.

The authenticity for each record is noted in the list of by: Some bacterial diseases of plants; disease causative agent hosts symptoms and signs additional features; Granville wilt: Pseudomonas solanacearum: tobacco, tomato, potato, eggplant, pepper, and other plants: stunting, yellowing, and wilting of parts above ground; roots decay and become black or brown.