decreased survival of hyperomyzus lactucae inoculated with serially passed sowthistle yellow vein virus. 19714108616
[comparative studies by the electron microscope of rhabdoviruses of plant and of animal origin. ii. investigations by electron microscopy and by cytological methods of the host plant sonchus oleraceus (l.) and the vector hyperomyzus lactucae (l.) after infection with the sowthistle yellow vein virus (syvv)]. 19734147403
infection of hyperomyzus lactucae by sowthistle yellow vein virus. 19704923019
effect of dosage on the incubation period of sowthistle yellow vein virus in the aphid hyperomyzus lactucae. 19705437786
[comparative electron microscopy studies on rhabdoviruses of plant and animal origin. i. 1st electron microscopy results obtained with the plant model sowthistle yellow vein virus (syvv) and its vector hyperomyzus lactucae (l.)]. 19715560787
further evidence of multiplication of sowthistle yellow vein virus in its aphid vector, hyperomyzus lactucae. 19685662866
evidence of transovarial passage of the sowthistle yellow vein virus in the aphid hyperomyzus lactucae. 19695817531
activity of aphids associated with lettuce and broccoli in spain and their efficiency as vectors of lettuce mosaic virus.this research sought to identify the aphid virus vector species associated with lettuce and broccoli crops in spain, and to determine their population dynamics and ability to transmit lettuce mosaic virus (lmv). green tile traps and moericke yellow water-pan traps were used to monitor aphid flights during the spring and autumn growing seasons of 2001. aphid species feeding on lettuce were counted weekly. the transmission efficiencies of lmv were determined for the aphid species caught most frequ ...200415036838
strawberry crinkle virus, a cytorhabdovirus needing more attention from virologists.summary taxonomic relationship: a member of nonsegmented, negative-sense, single-stranded rna viruses of the genus cytorhabdovirus (type member: lettuce necrotic yellows virus), family rhabdoviridae, order mononegavirales. members of the family rhabdoviridae can infect vertebrates, invertebrates and plants. physical properties: virions are bacilliform, 74-88 nm in diameter and 163-383 nm in length with surface projections probably composed of trimers of the glycoprotein g, occurring in the cytop ...200020572980
reduction of excretion, reproduction, and survival in hyperomyzus lactucae fed on plants infected with isolates of sowthistle yellow vein virus. 19734757700
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