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Plant Virus Vector Interactions, Volume 36 (Advances in Botanical Research) Hardcover – May 14, 2002

ISBN-13: 978-0120059355 ISBN-10: 0120059355 Edition: 1st

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The interactions between vectors and the viruses they transmit have been a fascinating topic of research for more than 100 years, not merely because these viruses can cause serious damage to plants prized by man, but also because unravelling these interactions provided a stimulating and rewarding intellectual challenge.

This thematic volume of Advances in Botanical Research brings together current research across the whole range of viruses and vectors. With chapters on aphids, fungi, whitefly, beetles, nematodes, thrips, leaf- and tree-hoppers, this book offers the most comprehensive account of the spread of plant disease.

The editor, Roger Plumb has spent more than 30 years working on the epidemiology and transmission of plant viruses, mainly of temperate cereals but also of tropical and subtropical crops. He recently retired as Head of Plant Pathology and Deputy Director from IACR-Rothamsted where he continues to work as a Lawes Trust Senior Fellow.

Written by internationally recognised authorities in their respective fields, each chapter is a meticulous account of what happens to a virus on its passage though the vector; the interactions that determine whether or not they are passed on to new plants.

No other book brings together such a unique compilation and interpretation of data in its subject area, making this the definitive source of information for the specialist researcher.

About the Author

Roger Plumb has spent more than 30 years working on the epidemiology and transmission of plant viruses, mainly of temperate cereals but also of tropical and subtropical crops. He recently retired as Head of Plant Pathology and Deputy Director from IACR-Rothamsted where he continues to work as a Lawes Trust Senior Fellow.

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