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Infectivity of African cassava mosaic virus clones to cassava by biolistic inoculation.
Comparison of Bemisia tabaci (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) development on uninfected cassava plants and cassava plants infected with East African Cassava Mosaic Virus. Ann.
Cassava mosaic virus, one of the family of geminiviruses carried by white flies (Anderson and Morales 1993), has caused enormous losses of cassava (manioc, yucca, or tapioca) in sub-Saharan Africa, where it is a staple in the diet of millions.
Louis are at work on a cassava variety that is immune to cassava mosaic virus, which killed half of Africa's cassava crop two years ago.
In more recent experiments, however, they have also inserted genes to make the plant resistant to the cassava common mosaic virus, found in South America, and to the much more destructive African cassava mosaic virus, says Claude Fauquet of Scripps, a coauthor of the biolistics report.
and Muniyappa, V, Transmission of Indian cassava mosaic virus by Bemisia tabaci.
This method has also been used in field assessment of cassava mosaic virus disease [12].
(1991) reported C1 promoter superior to V1 promoter in the absence of trans-activator in African cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and Wheat dwarf virus (WDV) [Hofer et al.,1992].
Changes in the incidence and severity of cassava mosaic virus disease, varietal diversity and cassava production in Uganda.