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Potato viruses PVA and PVY - do they have the same aphid vectors?

Pickup, J., A. Fox, R. Holmes, F. Highet, K. Davie, and C. Lacomme. "Potato viruses PVA and PVY - do they have the same aphid vectors?" In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 2010, 219-224. Dundee, 2010.

Some characteristics of a virus infecting Solanum tuberosum cv. Red La Soda imported from the USA

Brattey, C., C. J. Jeffries, S. Goodfellow, G. Rose, R. Burns, and E. L. George. "Some characteristics of a virus infecting Solanum tuberosum cv. Red La Soda imported from the USA." In Proceedings of the 9th Virology Section Meeting of the European Association for Potato Research, 65-69. Bled, Slovenia, 18-22 June 1995, 1996.

Potato Virus Y NTN : A Coat and P1 Protein Sequences Analysis of a Brazilian Isolate

Sawazaki, Haiko Enok, José Alberto Caram de Souza-Dias, James H. Lorenzen, C. J. Jeffries, Diego Grando Módolo, and Dagmar Stach Machado. "Potato Virus Y NTN : A Coat and P1 Protein Sequences Analysis of a Brazilian Isolate." Potato Research 52, no. 4 (2009): 379-392.

Varietal Propensity to Virus Infection

Variety has a very important effect on the incidence of virus symptoms observed at classification inspections. The term ‘varietal propensity’ has been adopted to describe whether symptoms observed within a variety are above or below the average across the whole Scottish seed crop (i.e. Propensity = % of diseased crops of variety /% of diseased crops of all varieties).
 

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