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by J. S. Semancik


Viroids and Viroid-Like Pathogens. by J. S. Semancik and Semancik.

Viroids and Viroid-Like Pathogens. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780849360602.

Recently Discovered Pathogens. January 1979 · Science.

Known as: Viroid, viruslike particle. A vast number of plant pathogens from viroids of a few hundred nucleotides to higher plants cause diseases in our crops. A group of pathogens comprising the smallest known agents of infectious disease. They are unencapsulated and are capable of replicating autonomousl. xpand.

Viroids are the smallest infectious pathogens known. They are composed solely of a short strand of circular, single-stranded RNA that has no protein coating

Viroids are the smallest infectious pathogens known. They are composed solely of a short strand of circular, single-stranded RNA that has no protein coating. All known viroids are inhabitants of higher plants, in which most cause diseases, ranging in economic importance

Grill L. Semancik J. Viroid synthesis: the question of. .Gross H. Riesner . Viroids: a class of subviral pathogens - Angew. Koganezawa . Yanase . Sakuma . Viroid-like RNA associated with apple scar skin (or dapple apple) disease - Acta Horticult

Grill L. Viroid synthesis: the question of inhibition by actinomycin D - Nature (Lond. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 37. Domdey . Lossow . Jank . Raba . Alberty . Sänger H. Nucleotide sequence and secondary structure of potato spindle tuber viroid - Nature (Lond. Viroid-like RNA associated with apple scar skin (or dapple apple) disease - Acta Horticult.

Viroids of horticultural species are transmitted mainly by vegetative propagation. Viroids are the smallest infectious pathogens known, comprised solely of a short circular RNA without protein coats. Viroids are plant pathogens with economic importance. Viroids have been found in agricultural products, such as potatoes, tomatoes, apples, and coconuts.

The viroid and viroid-like RNA database - NCBI. 15. Tabler, . Tsagris, M. Viroids: petite RNA pathogens with distinguished talents. 20. Reanwarakom, . Semancik, . Correlation of hop stunt viroid variants to cachexia and xyloporosis diseases of citrus. Compilation and analysis of viroid and viroid-like. Trends Plant Sci. 2004, 9, 339–348. Phytopathology 1999, 89, 568-574. Coconut cadang-cadang viroid (CCCVd) mutants associated with severe disease vary in both the pathogenicity domain and central conserved region.

Viroids examines the biology of viroids, molecular characteristics, localization and movement, replication, pathogenesis, viroids and gene silencing, classification, viroid-like satellite RNAs, detection of viroids using.

Viroids examines the biology of viroids, molecular characteristics, localization and movement, replication, pathogenesis, viroids and gene silencing, classification, viroid-like satellite RNAs, detection of viroids using bioamplification hosts, biological indexing, polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, molecular hybridisation and polymerase chain reaction. This comprehensive volume presents indispensable and up-to-date information on viroids and viroid diseases. It provides a single source of information on the properties of viroids, the economic impact of viroid diseases, and methods for their detection and control.

Viroids are covalently closed circular molecules with a characteristic rodlike secondary structure in which short helical regions are interrupted by internal and bulge loops

Viroids are covalently closed circular molecules with a characteristic rodlike secondary structure in which short helical regions are interrupted by internal and bulge loops. Viroids are not translated; they are replicated by a host enzyme (or enzymes) (probably RNA polymerase II) via oligomeric RNA intermediates by a rolling circle mechanism.

This book provides details about the structure of viroids, their replication processes, and the effects of their interactions with agricultural products. Includes scrapie.
Viroids  Viroid Like Pathogens ebook
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