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Vegetables and pulses represent a widely diverse group of annual and perennial herbaceous plants in over twelve botanical families. Several of these species are hosts of many viruses that have developed pathogenic specificity for related plants belonging only one family or that are universally infective for taxonomically widely different species. Accurate diagnosis and better understanding of the biology of causal virus is necessary to evolve appropriate control practices to prevent the virus infections and sustain the crop productivity. Considerable progress has been achieved in characterization, detection and management of viruses in vegetable and pulse crops during the last one decade. This book captures the recent developments pertaining to most economically important viruses of vegetable and legume crops in 19 chapters written by the leading world experts. The topics covered in individual chapter include distribution, virus biology and molecular biology, virus spread, disease diagnosis and detection methods. This book is part of the multi-volume Plant Pathogens Series. It represents an indispensable set for all those involved in crop production and protection, particularly for scientists, teachers and students concern with protecting crops from virus diseases, including individuals in regulatory agencies & private seed sector.
|Title||Plant Pathogens Series: Characterization, Diagnosis & Management of Plant Viruses, Vol 3 : Vegetable and Pulse Crops|
|Table of Content||Tospoviruses, Cucumber mosaic virus Infecting Vegetable and Pulse Crops. Potyviruses Infecting Grain Legumes. Geminiviruses Infecting Legumes. Pecluviruses. Tomato yellow leaf curl virus. Pepper golden mosaic virus and Related Geminiviruses affecting Tomoto Crops. Pepper yellow mosaic virus. Tobacco streak virus - An Emerging Virus in Vegetable Crops. Virus Diseases of Chickpea. Virus Diseases of Pigeonpea. Ilarvirus from Cowpea. Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus. Cucurbit Aphid-Borne Yellows Virus in Spain. Turnip mosaic virus. Carrot Motley Dwarf Virus Complex. Viruses Associated with the Lettuce Big-vein Disease. Pepino mosaic virus. Bhendi yellow vein mosaic virus. Index. Table of Contents of other Volumes (1, 2, 4-6).|
|Author's Name||G P Rao, P Lawa Kumar, and Ramon J Holguin-Pena|
|Publisher||Studium Press LLC|
|Year Of Publication||2008|
|About The Book||No|
|Book size width||6|