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Milestones in the development and applications of plant virus vector as gene silencing platforms

Lacomme, C. "Milestones in the development and applications of plant virus vector as gene silencing platforms." In Plant Viral Vectors, edited by K. E. Palmer and Y. Gleba, 89-105. Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology . Heidelberg: Springer, 2014.

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.

Forecasting the incidence of potato leafroll virus in Scottish seed potatoes

Brewer, A., and J. Pickup. "Forecasting the incidence of potato leafroll virus in Scottish seed potatoes." In Proceedings Crop Protection in Northern Britain 1996, 407-408. Dundee, 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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