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PVYPotato Virus Y
PVYPresion Venosa Yugular (Spanish: Jugular Venous Pressure )
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Potato virus Y (PVY) and Potato virus S (PVS) are among the important viruses causing severe infection to plants health that results in poor production (Awan et al., 2005).
Elimination Potato Virus Y (PVY) and Potato Leaf Roll Virus (PLRV) Using Cryotherapy of in vitro grown Potato Shoot Tips.
Germplasm enhancement with wild tuber-bearing species: introgression of PVY resistance and high dry matter content from Solanum berthaultii, S.
Hay poca informacion de la distribucion de virus en plantas de papa infectadas, varios autores han demostrado que algunos virus se distribuyen en la planta de manera heterogenea (Leisner et al., 1992; Singh y Singh, 1996 y 1998; Gosalves et al., 2003; Fox et al., 2005; Sanchez-Navarro et al., 2007; Kogovsek et al., 2011); Kogovsek et al (2011) hacen uso de la tecnica de qRT-PCR para analizar el titulo viral del Potato virus Y (PVY, Potyviridae) en diferentes organos de plantas de Solanum tuberosum infectadas con el virus, reportando que el PVY presenta mayores titulos virales en tallos y foliolos sintomaticos, en foliolos no sintomaticos y tuberculos hay menores titulos virales, lo que demuestra que su distribucion es heterogenea.
Examples of vector-borne infections in crops include tobacco mosaic virus (TMV), tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), tomato yellow leaf curl virus (TYLCV), cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), and potato virus Y (PVY) [1].
Sin embargo, los pocos realizados indican altos niveles de infeccion de Potato virus Y (PVY) (Gil et al.
Itanagar, April 14 ( ANI ): Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Nabam Tuki today flagged off 20 subsidized taxicabs, translating his ambitious vision of providing gainful employment to educated unemployed youths while promoting the vast potential of the tourism sector of this state under the Chief Minister's Paryatan Vikash Yojana (PVY) scheme.
Among the potato viral diseases, Potato Virus PVY (Y), Potato Virus X (X), Potato Leaf Roll Virus (PLRV), Potato Virus A (PVA), Potato Virus S (PVS), Potato Mop Top Virus (PMTV) and Potato Virus M (PVM) have been reported in Pakistan with 58-83 per cent yield losses.
Real-time PCR method was found to be more sensitive than other methods in diagnosis of potato virus Y (PVY) by Mehle et al.