Library - Bibliographies - Tristeza (CTV) 1979-1989

Ahlawat, Y. S.

Ahlawat, Y.S.and S.P. Raychaudhuri. 1988. Status of citrus tristeza and dieback diseases in India and their detection. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.2 871-879.

 

Bar-Joseph, M.

Bar-Joseph, M., C.N. Roistacher, S.M. Garnsey, and D.J. Gumpf. 1981. A review on tristeza, an ongoing threat to citriculture. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 419-423.

 

Ben Ze' ev, I. S.

Ben Ze' ev, I.S., M. Bar-Joseph, Y. Nitzan, and R.A. Marcus. 1989. A severe citrus tristeza virus isolate causing the collapse of trees of sour orange before virus is detectable throughout the canopy. Annals of Applied Biology. 114: 293-300.

 

Bhagabati, K. N.

Bhagabati, K.N., Y.S. Ahlawat, N.K. Chakraborty, and B.C. Borthakur. 1989. Distribution of greening, tristeza and mosaic diseases of citrus in North-Eastern States of India. Indian Phytopathology. 42: 552-555.

 

Brlanksy, R. H.          

Brlanksy, R.H. 1987. Inclusion bodies produced in citrus spp. by citrus tristeza virus. Phytophylactica. 19: 211-213.

Brlansky, R.H., S.M. Garnsey, R.F. Lee, and D.E. Purcifull. 1984. Application of Citrus Tristeza Virus Antisera in Labeled Antibody, Immuno-Electron Microscopical, and Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate-Immunodiffusion Tests. Proceedings if Ninth IOCV Conference337-342.

Brlansky, R.H., R.F. Lee, and S.M. Garnsey. 1988. In situ immunofluorescence for the detection of citrus tristeza virus  inclusion bodies. Plant Disease. 72: 1039-1041.

Brlansky, R.H., R.R. Pelosi, S.M. Garnsey, C.O. Youtsey, R.F. Lee, R.K. Yokomi, and R.M. Sonoda. 1986. Tristeza quick decline epidemic in South Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.99 66-69.

 

Cambra, M.

Cambra, M., A. Hermoso de Mendoza, P. Moreno, and L. Navarro. 1981. Use of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) for detection of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) in different aphid species. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 444-448.

 

Catara, A.

Catara, A., A. Azzaro, S.M. Moghal, and D.A. Khan. 1988. Virus, viroid and prokaryotic diseases of citrus in Pakistan. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.2 957-962.

Catara, A., G. Cartia, and M. Davino. 1981. Citrus virus diseases in Italy: past, present, and a look to the future. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 426-430.

 

Cohen, M.

Cohen, M., D.V. Calvert, and R.R. Pelosi. 1981. Disease occurrence in a citrus rootstock and drainage experiment (SWAP) in Florida. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 366-368.

Cohen, M., D.V. Calvert, and R.R. Pelosi. 1983. Citrus rootstock and drainage experiment (SWAP) in Fla. Citrus Industry. 64: 22,24,26,28.

 

Davino, M.

Davino, M., R. Areddia, and G. Polizzi. 1988. Citrus tristeza in Italy. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 6-11 March 1988.3 1367-1370.

Davino, M., R. Areddia, and G. Reforgiato Recupero. 1988. Effect of inoculation of a strain of 'Tristeza' on 'Tarocco' budlings on nine rootstocks. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.2 863-866.

 

Denmark, H. A.

Denmark, H.A.and R.K. Yokomi. 1988. Citrus tristeza virus and its vectors in Florida. Plant Pathology Circular 311.

 

Feldman, A.W.

Feldman, A.W. 1983. Response of Citrus Trees on Sour Orange Rootstock Propagated from Citrus Tristeza Virus-Infected Bud Sources. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida. 45: 52-61.

Feldman, A.W.and J.M. Gardner. 1982. Root Suppression of Citrus Budlings by Citrus Tristeza Virus and by Pseudononas Isolates from Xylem of Healthy and Young Tree Decline-Affected Citrus Trees. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida, Proceedings, 1982.41 25-28.

Feldman, A.W.and R.W. Hanks. 1981. Prevalance of Tristeza Virus in Florida Citrus Trees on Rough Lemon Rootstock Confirmed by Electron Microscopy. Soil and Crop Science society of Florida, Proceedings, 1981.40 118-121.

 

Ferguson, J.J.

Ferguson, J.J.and C.O. Youtsey. 1989. Citrus Tristeza Virus:  Implications for Nurserymen and Growers. Fact sheet FC-80.

 

Forner, J. B.

Forner, J.B., M. Aparicio, A. Alcaide, J.A. Pina, and J. Sala. 1981. Present status of citrus rootstocks in Spain. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 106-107.

 

Garnsey, S. M.

Garnsey, S.M., M. Bar-Joseph, and R.F. Lee. 1981. Applications of serological indexing to develop control strategies for citrus tristeza virus. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 448-452.

Garnsey, S.M., D.J. Gumpf, C.N. Roistacher, E.L. Civerolo, R.F. Lee, R.K. Yokomi, and M. Bar-Joseph. 1987. Toward a standardized evaluation of the biological properties of citrus tristeza virus. Phytophylactica. 19: 151-157.

Garnsey, S.M., R.G. Christie, K.S. Derrick, and M. Bar-Joseph. 1979. Detection of citrus virus II.  Light and electron microscopy of inclusions and viral particles. Proceedings of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, Mildura, Australia, 1980.8 9-16.

Garnsey, S.M., R.F. Lee, C.O. Youtsey, R.H. Brlansky, and H.C. Burnett. 1980. A survey for citrus tristeza virus in registered budwood sources commercially propagated on sour orange rootstocks in Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.93 7-9.

 

Grosser, Jude W.      

Grosser, J.W. 1989. New Hybrids Produced by Cell Fusion - Potential Citrus Rootstock. Citrus Industry. 70: 12-13,16.

Grosser, J.W., F.G.J. Gmitter, and J.L. Chandler. 1988. Intergeneric somatic hybrid plants of Citrus Sinesis cv. Hamlin and Poncirus trifoliata cv. Flying Dragon. Plant Cell Reports. 7: 5-8.

 

Hanks, R.W.

Hanks, R.W.and A.W. Feldman. 1979. Effects In Four Species Of Citrus Seedlings Grafted With Buds From Healthy And Young Tree Decline-Affected trees. Plant Disease Reporter. 63: 587-591.

Hanks, R.W.and A.W. Feldman. 1981. Prevalance of Tristeza Virus in Florida citrus trees on Rough Lemon Rootstock Confirmed by Electron Microscopy. Soil and Crop Science Society of Florida, Proceedings. 40: 118-120.

 

Hutchison, D. J.

Hutchison, D.J. 1986. Tristeza and blight influence fruit quality and yield of 'Valencia' orange  trees on seven rootstocks. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.99 77-78.

 

Irey, Michael S.

Irey, M.S., T.A. Permar, and S.M. Garnsey. 1988. Identification of severe isolates of citrus tristeza virus in young field plantings by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.101 73-76.

 

Ke, C.

Ke, C., S.M. Garnsey, and J.H. Tsai. 1984. A survey of citrus tristeza virus in China by enzyme-linked immunosorbent  assay. Proceedings of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists.9 70-75.

 

Lee, R. F.

Lee, R.F.and J.P. Agostini. 1984. Relative titers of Florida citrus tristeza virus isolates in sweet orange and etrog citron. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 404-406.

Lee, R.F.and R.H. Brlansky. 1989. Variation in the severity of citrus tristeza virus isolates from groves with  quick decline. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.102 1-3.

Lee, R.F., R.H. Brlansky, S.M. Garsney, and R.K. Yokomi. 1987. Traits of Citrus Tristeza Virus Important for Mild Strain Cross Protection of Citrus:  The Florida Approach. Phytophylactica. 19: 215-218.

Lee, R.F., R.H. Brlansky, and B.J. Boman. 1988. The Effect on Irrigation Management On The Interaction Of Soil Water Levels And The Onset Of Tristeza Decline. proposal:3pp.

Lee, R.F., L.A. Calvert, J. Nagel, and J.D. Hubbard. 1988. Citrus Tristeza Virus:  Characterization of Coat Proteins. Phytopathology. 78: 1221-1226.

Lee, R.F., S.M. Garnsey, R.H. Brlansky, and A.C. Goheen. 1987. A Purification Procedure for Enhancement of Citrus Tristeza Virus Yields And Its Application To Other Phloem-Limited Viruses. Phytopathology. 77: 543-549.

Lee, R.F., S.M. Garsney, L.J. Marais, J.N. Moll, and C.O. Youtsey. 1988. Distribution of Citrus Tristeza Virus in Grapefruit and Sweet Orange in Florida and South Africa. International Organization of Citrus Virologists, 1988.10 33-38.

 

Lima, J. E. O. de

Lima, J.E.O.d.and L.A.B.C.d. Vasconcellos. 1984. Comparison between tristeza, foot rot, collapse and declinio of citrus. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 370-371.

 

Mendel, K.     

Mendel, K. 1981. The present situation of citrus growing in Israel. Symposium on World Citrus Industry (1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1983.2 967-969.

 

Mendt, R.       

Mendt, R. 1988. Present and future of Venezuelan citriculture. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, March 6-11, 1988.4 1625-1629.

Mendt, R., R. Boscán, L. Sabobal, G. Pérez, G. Plaza, and R. Lastra. 1984. Spread and effects of citrus tristeza virus in Venezuela. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 435-437.

 

Menechino, J.

Menechino, J., M.M. Mischan, and A.A. Salibe. 1984. Studies on the tristeza stem pitting and its relationship with vigor, productivity and fruit quality of three varieties of late-ripening sweet orange, Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 350-353.

 

Miyakawa, Tsunekuni

Miyakawa, T.and A. Yamaguchi. 1981. Citrus diseases in Japan. Japan Plant Protection Association, Tokyo, Japan.

 

Moreno, P.

Moreno, P., J. Guerri, and J. Ortiz. 1989. Alteration of bark proteins associated with citrus tristeza virus (CTV)  infection on susceptible citrus species and scion-rootstock combinations. Journal of Phytopathology. 125: 55-66.

 

Muraro, Ronald P.    

Muraro, R.P. 1988. Estimated average annual percent tree loss for Florida's citrus industry. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.101 63-66.

 

Müller, G. W.

Müller, G.W., J. Teófilo Sobrinho, J. Pompeu Jr., and A.S. Costa. 1984. Cross protection increases yield of tristeza tolerant sweet oranges. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 349-350.

 

Nariani, T. K.

Nariani, T.K. 1984. Citrus virus and mycoplasma diseases in India -- past present and future. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 421-423.

 

Nemec, S.

Nemec, S. 1988. Florida citrus blight. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.2 1023-1029.

 

Passos, O. S.

Passos, O.S.and A.P.d. Cunha Sobrinho. 1981. Citrus rootstocks in Brazil. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 102-105.

 

Pelosi, R. R.

Pelosi, R.R., M. Cohen, and R.M. Sonoda. 1986. Virulence of ctv not affected by passage through Temple orange. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.99 69-71.

 

Rosner, A.

Rosner, A., R.F. Lee, and M. Bar-Joseph. 1986. Differential Hybridization with Cloned cDNA Sequences for Detecting a Specific Isolate of Citrus Tristeza Virus. Phytopathology. 76: 820-824.

 

Salibe, A. A.

Salibe, A.A.and M.M. Mischan. 1984. Effect of ten rootstocks on tree size, early bearing and fruit quality of Satsuma mandarin trees. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.11 55-57.

Salibe, A.A.and C.S. Moreira. 1984. Performance of Rangpur lime as rootstock for citrus in Brazil. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.1 29-33.

Salibe, A.A., C.S. Moreira, and S. Moreira. 1984. Production, selection and commercial use of citrus nucellar clones in Brazil. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.1 91-97.

 

Sasaki, A.

Sasaki, A. 1981. The effect of stem-pitting on yield of 'Washington' navel orange. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 439-441.

 

Schoulties, C. L.

Schoulties, C.L., L.G. Brown, C.O. Youtsey, and H.A. Denmark. 1987. Citrus tristeza virus and vectors: regulatory concerns. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.100 74-76.

 

Shaked, A.

Shaked, A.and S. Ashkenazi. 1984. Swingle citrumelo as a new citrus rootstock in Israel. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.1 48-50.

 

Smith, G. S.

Smith, G.S.and C.J. Farrald. 1988. Experimental transmission of citrus tristeza virus by a Texas population of  Aphis citricola from Marrs orange. J Rio Grande Val Hortic Soc. 41: 111-114.

 

Spiegel-Roy, P.

Spiegel-Roy, P., A. Vardi, A. Elhanati, Z. Solel, and M. Bar-Joseph. 1988. Rootstock selections from a Poorman orange X Poncirus trifoliata cross. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.1 195-200.

 

Su, H. J.          

Su, H.J. 1981. A tristeza virus strain causing dwarf of pomelo and grapefruit. International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 423-426.

 

Tirtawidjaja, S.          

Tirtawidjaja, S. 1981. Insect, dodder and seed transmissions of citrus vein phloem degeneration (CVPD). International Citrus Congress (4th : 1981 : Tokyo, Japan), Tokyo, Japan, 1982-1983.1 469-471.

 

Tsuchizaki, T.

Tsuchizaki, T. 1988. Studies on viruses obtained from leguminous plants and citrus tristeza virus. Annals of the Phytopathological Society Japan. 54: 276-278.

 

Wutscher, H. K.

Wutscher, H.K. 1988. The rootstock situation in Florida. International Citrus Congress (6th : 1988 : Tel Aviv, Israel), Tel Aviv, Israel, 1989.1 67-73.

Wutscher, H.K.and F.W. Bistline. 1988. Performance of 'Hamlin' orange on 30 citrus rootstocks in Southern Florida. Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science. 113: 493-497.

 

Yuki, V. A.

Yuki, V.A., G.W. Müller, A.S. Costa, J. Teófilo Sobrinho, V.J. Ramos, J.L. Castro, I. Ishimura, and G. Godoy. 1984. Populational fluctuation of the aphid vector of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) Toxoptera citricidus , in 6 localities of São Paulo, Brazil. International Citrus Congress (5th : 1984 : São Paulo, Brazil), São Paulo, Brazil, 1987.2 346-348.

 

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