Part of the Tertiary Level Biology book series (TLB)
Transmission of Plant Viruses
Plant viruses are obligate parasites, often causing the death of their host, so it is necessary for them to spread from plant to plant and to be introduced into living cells. This spread or transmission will be considered under the following headings:
vegetative, graft and dodder transmission
transmission by pollen seeds
insect and mite transmission
nematode and fungal transmission.
KeywordsCucumber Mosaic Virus Plant Virus Citrus Tristeza Virus Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus
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