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Latest Cucumber mosaic virus Stories

2013-12-05 23:45:13

University of Cambridge researchers have shown that viruses use aphids as pawns, discouraging the insects from permanently settling on already-infected crops and using this forced migration to spread infection to healthy vegetation.

Researchers Discover Antiviral Response In Mammals Similar To That Found In Plants
2013-10-11 15:22:36

Previous research has shown that plants and invertebrates use an immune response called the RNA interference (RNAi) pathway to build a weapon against a viral infection. New research has found a similar pathway in mammals.

2011-08-10 20:10:04

CSIRO plant scientists have shed light on a problem that has puzzled researchers since the first virus was discovered in 1892 – how exactly do they cause disease?

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2010-02-02 07:42:44

A common plant virus lures aphids to infected plants by making the plants more attractive, but when the insects taste the plant, they quickly leave for tastier, healthier ones.


Latest Cucumber mosaic virus Reference Libraries

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2011-02-23 21:12:28

Tobacco ringspot virus (TRSV) is a plant pathogenic virus in the plant virus family Comoviridae. It of the type species Comoviridae Genus Nepovirus. Nepoviruses are transmitted between plants by nematodes. It is easily transmitted by sap inoculation and transmission in seeds has been reported. IT was first observed in tobacco fields in Virginia in 1927. It is an isometric particle with a bipartite RNA genome. The virus can infect field grown crops, ornamentals, and weeds. The name comes...

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2005-07-12 11:20:45

The Pansy or Pansy Violet is a cultivated garden flower. It is derived from the wildflower called the Heartsease or Johnny Jump Up (Viola tricolor), and is sometimes given the subspecies name Viola tricolor hortensis. However, many garden varieties are hybrids and are referred to as Viola × wittrockiana. The name "pansy" also appears as part of the common name of a number of wild flowers belonging, like the cultivated Pansy, to the violet genus Viola. One or two unrelated flowers such as...

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