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1. Control of crop diseases through Integrated Crop Management to deliver climate-smart farming systems for low- and high-input crop production.

Crop diseases affect crop yield and quality and cause significant losses of total food production worldwide. With the ever-increasing world population and decreasing land and water resources, there is a need not only to produce more food but also to reduce agricultural greenhouse gas (GHG)...

Author(s) : Richard, B.; Qi AiMing; Fitt, B. D. L.

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Plant Pathology 2022 Vol.71 No.1 pp.187-206 ref.many

2. First report of Colletotrichum aenigma and C. perseae causing anthracnose disease on Capsicum annuum in Israel.

Anthracnose caused by Colletotrichum spp. is an important disease of pepper (Capsicum annuum), affecting fruits and the overall yield worldwide. The disease was recently observed for the first time in Israel in the summer of 2020. In this study, morphology, phylogenetic analysis using glutamine...

Author(s) : Sharma, G.; Maymon, M.; Elazar, M.; Freeman, S.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Crop Protection 2022 Vol.152 ref.32

3. Increasing the dose of fungicide in the seed treatment of soybean can reduce root rot caused by two species of Globisporangium.

In Brazil, there are some commercial products composed of metalaxyl-M that can be used as seed treatment of soybean. Metalaxyl-M is a fungicide with efficacy against oomycetes, however, the concentrations and recommended doses of commercial products are not very effective. The objective of this...

Author(s) : Molin, C.; Ribeiro, N. R.; Matusomoto, M. N.; Bordignon, K. B.; Balbinotti, M.; Barbieri, M.; Deuner, C. C.; Huzar-Novakowiski, J.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Crop Protection 2022 Vol.152 ref.24

4. Analysis of digitized herbarium records and community science observations provides a glimpse of downy mildew species diversity of North America, reveals potentially undescribed species, and documents the need for continued digitization and collecting.

Downy mildew diseases caused by Peronosporaceae cause significant crop losses globally, with several emerging and resurgent threats in recent decades. Biodiversity data from digitized herbarium specimens provide an opportunity to develop a baseline census of species diversity, however, these...

Author(s) : Davis, W. J.; Crouch, J. A.

Publisher : Elsevier, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Fungal Ecology 2022 Vol.55 ref.many

5. Elimination of BBTV via a systemic in vitro electrotherapy approach.

Banana bunchy top virus (BBTV) is the most destructive etiological agent limiting banana cultivation areas globally. This study attempted BBTV elimination by traditional shoot-tip culture (control) and alternative shoot-tip + electrotherapy (treated) techniques. Shoot-tip culture from Musa...

Author(s) : Vikram Singh; Smriti Adil; Afaque Quraishi

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

6. Specific detection of Malus- and Pyrus-infecting viroids by real-time reverse-transcription quantitative PCR assays.

Viroids present a number of issues for their detection and diagnosis because of the absence of symptom expression in many hosts and their low titers in infected plants. However, quarantine programs rely on symptom observations and routine diagnostic testing to reduce the risk of spreading...

Author(s) : Beaver-Kanuya, E.; Szostek, S. A.; Harper, S. J.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

7. Development of simplex and multiplex RT-qPCR assays for the detection of three cryptic viruses of black-grass (Alopecurus myosuroides).

Simplex and multiplex RT-qPCR assays were developed for Alopecurus myosuroides partitivirus 1 (AMPV1), Alopecurus myosuroides partitivirus 2 (AMPV2) and Alopecurus myosuroides varicosavirus 1 (AMVV1), and compared to the existing conventional PCR assays. All assays had a high specificity and their...

Author(s) : Santín Azcona, J.; Fox, A.; Boonham, N.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300 ref.16

8. An experimental strategy for preparing circular ssDNA virus genomes for next-generation sequencing.

The ability of begomoviruses to evolve rapidly threatens many crops and underscores the importance of detecting these viruses quickly and to understand their genome diversity. This study presents an improved protocol for the enhanced amplification and enrichment of begomovirus DNA for use in next...

Author(s) : Aimone, C. D.; Hoyer, J. S.; Dye, A. E.; Deppong, D. O.; Duffy, S.; Carbone, I.; Hanley-Bowdoin, L.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300 ref.59

9. A new single-chain variable fragment (scFv) antibody provides sensitive and specific detection of citrus tristeza virus.

Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) is the most economically important virus disease of citrus worldwide. To develop a specific serological assay for CTV, a Tomlinson phage display antibody library of single chain variable fragments (scFv) was screened with a recombinant CTV coat protein (CTV-CP)...

Author(s) : Raeisi, H.; Safarnejad, M. R.; Sadeghkhani, F.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

10. Development of a new Collateral Cleavage-independent CRISPR/Cas12a based easy detection system for plant viruses.

Plant virus spread through various means, from mechanically to the insect vectors and act as obligate parasite, therefore, are extremely challenging to eradicate. Geminiviruses are an important class of viruses which have reported extensively in last two decades on several new hosts. They infect...

Author(s) : Ashish Srivastava; Taruna Gupta; Sonal Srivastava; Sunny Dhir; Prashant Kumar; Tripti Singhal; Asha Rani; Narayan Rishi

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

11. Curing two predominant viruses occurring in Lentinula edodes by chemotherapy and mycelial fragmentation methods.

Previous research has established that Lentinula edodes mycovirus HKB (LeV-HKB) and L. edodes partitivirus 1(LePV1) are major mycoviruses identified in L. edodes germplasm. In this paper, two different methods for curing these two dsRNA mycoviruses, ribavirin treatment and mycelial fragmentation,...

Author(s) : Sun YiJia; Guo MengPei; Wang JinJie; Bian YinBing; Xu ZhangYi

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

12. Comparison of two highly sensitive methods to detect potato spindle tuber viroid in Dahlia using quantitative-reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assays.

Potato spindle tuber viroid (PSTVd) belongs to the Pospiviroidae family and is the type species for the genus Pospiviroid. In 2011, PSTVd was first detected in dahlias in Japan. Since that time, unregistered PSTVd isolates have been identified in seven field-grown dahlia cultivars. None of the...

Author(s) : Tsushima, D.; Fuji, S.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

13. Detection and absolute quantitation of watermelon mosaic virus by real-time RT-PCR with a TaqMan probe.

Watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) causes serious damage to several crops worldwide, mainly cucurbits. Disease control is based on preventing spread and search for natural resistances for plant breeding, which requires tools for sensitive detection and precise quantitation. We developed a procedure...

Author(s) : Rubio, L.; Giménez, K.; Romero, J.; Font-San-Ambrosio, M. I.; Alfaro-Fernández, A.; Galipienso, L.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

14. Development of a highly sensitive and rapid detection method for Pea enation mosaic virus using loop-mediated isothermal amplification assay.

The Pea enation mosaic virus (PEMV) has infected plants in the family Leguminosae such as pea, chickpea, faba bean, and lentil plants worldwide that the virus can be transmitted by sap, aphids, and seeds. Among the damages that PEMV disease cause in plants are reduced crop productivity, severely...

Author(s) : Kim JinHo; Lee Siwon; Park EungRoh; Jang WonCheoul

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.300

15. Natural imidazole alkaloids as antibacterial agents against Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae isolated from kiwi endophytic fungus Fusarium tricinctum.

Kiwi (Actinidia chinensis) plants are severely destroyed by canker disease which is caused by the bacterium Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae (Psa). This program tries to find anti-Psa agents among secondary metabolites of endophytic fungi from kiwi plant itself. The chemical investigation on one ...

Author(s) : Ma JinTao; Du JiaoXian; Zhang Yan; Liu JiKai; Feng Tao; He Juan

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Fitoterapia 2022 Vol.156

16. Growth inhibition of phytopathogenic spiroplasmas by membrane-interactive antimicrobial peptides novispirin T7 and caerin 1.1.

Spiroplasma kunkelii and Spiroplasma citri, both helical-shaped cell wall-less bacteria, are the causative agents of corn stunt disease and citrus stubborn disease, respectively. Plants exhibiting natural resistance to these phytopathogenic spiroplasmas are currently lacking. Engineering artificial ...

Author(s) : Wei, W.; Davis, R. E.; Mowery, J. D.; Zhao Yan

Publisher : Wiley, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Annals of Applied Biology 2022 Vol.180 No.1 pp.109-117 ref.59

17. Cotton in the United States of America and Mexico.

This chapter provides information on the various cotton growing states of the USA and Mexico and the major cotton pests, diseases and weeds in these states and their management strategies.

Author(s) : Allen, C. T.; Brown, S. M.; Cahoon, C.; Edmisten, K.; Leonard, R.; Miller, T.; Pierce, J.; Reisig, D.; Roberts, P.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.8-29 ref.41

18. Cotton growing in India.

This chapter focuses on the production and consumption, government support policy, growing methods, water management, weed, insect pest and disease management and harvesting and ginning of cotton in India. Some future prospects to improve cotton production in the country are also discussed.

Author(s) : Waghmare, V. N.; Venugopalan, M. V.; Nagrare, V. S.; Gawande, S. P.; Nagrale, D. T.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.30-52 ref.many

19. Cotton growing in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar.

This chapter provides information on the history of the cotton industry in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Myanmar. The various insect pests and disease affecting cotton production in these countries are discussed and the efficacy of some strategies in the management of these pests and diseases are...

Author(s) : Abid Ali; Ahmed, Z.; Guo Zheng

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.53-79 ref.many

20. Cotton growing along the Nile.

This chapter provides information on the current status of cotton cultivation in Egypt and Sudan, the various insect pests and pathogens negatively affecting cotton production and the efficacy of some strategies in their management.

Author(s) : Matthews, G.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.113-128 ref.44

21. Cotton growing around the Mediterranean.

This chapter focuses on crop production, cultivation techniques, irrigation, and pests and disease management in cotton around the Mediterranean.

Author(s) : Can, F.; Mart, C.; Ödemiş, B.; Akişcan, Y.

Book chapter : Pest management in cotton: a global perspective 2022 pp.245-263 ref.many

22. Effect of application of biogas slurry on leaves and roots on yield and quality of flue cured tobacco leaves.

Objective: The influence of biogas slurry applied on leaves and roots on yield and quality of Yan'an tobacco was studied to provide basis for applying biogas slurry resources and improving efficiency of tobacco planting. Method: Yan'an No.1, the main flue cured tobacco variety planted in Yan'an...

Author(s) : Ren Jie; Ren BaiZhan; Gong PengFei

Publisher : Northwest A & F University (Natural Science Edition), Xianyang, China

Journal article : Journal of Northwest A & F University - Natural Science Edition 2022 Vol.50 No.1 pp.98-103 ref.20

23. Biological control of potato common scab by plant-beneficial bacteria.

Potato common scab in an important disease caused by several Streptomyces species that reduces potato tuber quality and market value. Management of common scab is difficult, and no conventional method can reliably control this disease. An alternative approach is the use of plant-beneficial bacteria ...

Author(s) : Biessy, A.; Filion, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Biological Control 2022 Vol.165 ref.179

24. Maleimide structure: a promising scaffold for the development of antimicrobial agents.

Natural compounds bearing maleimide rings are a series of secondary metabolites derived from fungi/marine microorganisms, which are characterized by a general structure -CO-N(R)-CO-, and the R group is normally substituted with alkyl or aryl groups. Maleimide compounds show various biological...

Author(s) : Ma Zhi; Qiu Shuo; Chen HanChi; Zhang Dong; Lu YueLe; Chen XiaoLong

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Journal of Asian Natural Products Research 2022 Vol.24 No.1 pp.1-14 ref.94

25. Detection of Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus by loop-mediated isothermal amplification using dried reagents.

Recently, the widespread occurrence of Sri Lankan cassava mosaic virus (SLCMV), genus Begomovirus, family Geminiviridae, which causes a mosaic disease in cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) in South-East Asia have, become a serious economic issue. Since cassava is propagated through vegetative...

Author(s) : Uke, A.; Khin, S.; Kobayashi, K.; Satou, T.; Kim OkKyung; Hoat, T. X.; Natsuaki, K. T.; Ugaki, M.

Publisher : Elsevier B.V., Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Virological Methods 2022 Vol.299 ref.20