Library - Bibliographies - Tristeza (CTV) 1990-1999

Ahlawat, Y.S., N.K. Chakraborty, A. Varma, and S.P. Raychaudhuri. 1992. Diagnosis of diseases caused by viruses and fastidious prokaryotes in citrus in India. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 749-751.

Al-Senan, A., C.K. Bonsi, and F.M. Basiouny. 1997. Indexing of citrus tristeza virus using serological and biological tests. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Orlando, FL.110 77-79.  

Albiach, M.R., J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 1994. Multiple use of blotted polyvinylidene difluoride membranes immunostained  with nitro blue tetrazolium. Analytical Biochemistry. 221: 25-28.  

Aramburu, J.and P. Moreno. 1994. Detection of double-stranded RNA (DSRNA) in crude extracts of virus-infected  plants by indirect ELISA. Journal of Phytopathology. 141: 375-385.  

Areddia, R.and M. Davino. 1992. dsRNA analysis of some isolates of citrus tristeza virus collected in South Italy. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 767-768.  

Aubert, B., J. Etienne, R. Cottin, F. Leclant, P. Cao Van, C. Vuillaume, C. Jaramillo, and G. Barbeau. 1992. Citrus tristeza disease a new threat for the Caribbean basin. Report of a  survey to Colombia, Dominican Republic, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Trinidad. Fruits. 47: 393-404.  

Ayllon, M.A., L. Rubio, A. Moya, J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 1999. The haplotype distribution of two genes of citrus tristeza virus is altered after host change or aphid transmission. Virology. 255: 32-39.

Ayllon, M.A., C. Lopez, J. Navas-Cstillo, M. Mawassi, W.O. Dawson, R. Flores, and P. Moreno. 1999. New defective RNAs from citrus tristeza virus: evidence for replicase-driven template switching mechanism in their generation. Journal of General Virology. 80: 817-821.

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Bar-Joseph, M., V. Filatov, R. Gofman, Y. Guang, A. Hadjinicolis, M. Mawassi, E. Gootwine, Y. Weisman, and M. Malkinson. 1997. Booster immunization with a partially purified citrus tristeza virus (CTV) preparation after priming with recombinant CTV coat protein enhances the binding capacity of capture antibodies by ELISA. Journal of Virological Methods. 67: 19-22.

Bar-Joseph, M.and J. Oren. 1992. Virus, viroid and mycoplasma diseases of citrus. Hassadeh. 72: 979-983.

Barry, G.H.and F.J. Veldman. 1996. Performance of nine grapefruit (Citrus Paradisi Macf.) Cultivars under hot, subtropical southern African conditions. Proceedings of the International Society Citriculture, Nelspruit,South Africa.1 113-115.

Barry, G.H., F.J. Veldman, and C.J. Alexander. 1996. The South African cultivar developement programme and cultivar usage in Southern Africa. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture, Nelspruit, South Africa156-158.  

Batista, L., D.N. Porras, A. Gutierrez, I. Pena, J. Rodriguez, O. Fernandez del Amo, R. Perez, J.L. Morera, R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 1995. Tristeza and toxoptera citricida in Cuba: Incidence and control strategies. Proceedings of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, Fuzhou, China, 1995.13 104-111.

Bowman, K.D., H.K. Wutscher, D.t. Kaplan, and J.X. Chaparro. 1999. A new hybrid citrus rootstock for Florida:US-852. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Stuart, FL.112 54-55.  

Brlansky, R.H.and R.F. Lee. 1990. Numbers of inclusion bodies produced by mild and severe strains of citrus  tristeza virus in seven citrus hosts. Plant Disease. 74: 297-299.

Brlansky, R. 1998. Staying one step ahead. Citrus Industry. 79: 10-12.  

Broadbent, P. 1996. Rootstock tolerance to biotic stress. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.2 1225-1227.

Broadbent, P.and B.I. Gollnow. 1992. Selecting disease-tolerant citrus rootstocks for Australia. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 758-764.

Broadbent, P., J. Indsto, C. Dephoff, and J. Owen-Turner. 1992. An outbreak of orange stem pitting in Queensland, Australia. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 769-771.

Broadbent, P.and L.W. Timmer. 1996. Challenges of modern citriculture: Citrus diseases. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 78-85.

Broadbent, P., R.H. Brlansky, and J. Indsto. 1996. Biological characterization of Australian isolates of citrus tristeza virus and separation of subisolates by single aphid transmission. Plant Disease. 80: 329-333.

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Caruso, A., G. Terranova, and M. Davino. 1992. Preliminary observations of a clone of 'Castagnaro' bergamot against different isolates of citrus tristeza virus. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 776-777.

Castle, B. 1999. Rootstocks for Southwest Florida. Presentation for EXPO 1999:7.

Castle, W.S., R.R. Pelosi, C.O. Youtsey, F.G. Gmitter, R.F. Lee, C.A. Powell, and X. Hu. 1992. Rootstocks similar to sour orange for Florida citrus trees. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.105 56-60.

Castle, W.S. 1997. Citrus rootstocks: Diagnosis and prognosis. Proceedings of the International Society of Citrus Nurserymen's Congress  manuscript.

Castle, W.S.and J.C. Baldwin. 1995. Tree survival in long-term citrus rootstock field trials. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.108 73-77.

Cepeda Nieto, A.C.and H.A. Barrera Saldana. 1997. Cloning and sequencing of the coat protein gene of a new isolate of citrus tristeza virus from Mexico. Plant Disease. 81: 693-693.

Chan, M.S.and M.J. Jeger. 1994. An Analytical Model of Plant Virus Disease Dynamics with Roguing and  Replanting. J Appl Ecol. 31: 413-427.  

Cristofani, M., M.A. Machado, and D. Grattapaglia. 1999. Genetic linkage maps of Citrus sunki Hort. ex. Tan. and Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf. and mapping of citrus tristeza virus resistance gene. Euphytica. 109: 25-32.

Cutrer, B.A., J.V. French, and S. Villareal. 1998. Development of effective chemical control for aphid vectors of viruses on citrus. Subtropical Plant Science. 50: 63-66.

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Dawson, T.E., P.A. Mooney, and A.R. Harty. 1996. CTV strain severity in New Zealand. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 472-473.

Dawson, W.O. 1997. Fighting citrus tristeza virus (CTV) with molecular biology. Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show, Citrus & Vegetable Proceedings, Lakeland, FL19-20.

Deng, Y.X.and J.H. Tsai. 1998. Development of Lysiphlebia japonica (Hymenoptera: Aphidiidae), a parasitoid of Toxoptera citricida (Homoptera: Aphididae) at five temperatures. Florida Entomologist. 81: 415-423.  

Deng, Z.N., S. Huang, S. Xiao, and F.G. Gmitter, Jr. 1997. Development and characterization of SCAR markers linked to the citrus tristeza virus resistance gene from Poncirus trifoliata. Genome. 40: 697-704.            

Dodds, J.A. 1996. Impact of citrus tristeza virus, a California perspective. Citrus Crop Proceedings.

Dolja, V.V., A.V. Karasev, and E.V. Koonin. 1994. Molecular biology and evolution of closteroviruses: Sophisticated build-up of  large RNA genomes. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 32: 261-285.  

Donadio, L.C., D.A. Banzatto, O.R. Sempionato, and C.R. Enciso Garay. 1996. Grapefruit cultivar evaluation. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 207-209.

Dowell, R.V.and C.J. Krass. 1992. Exotic pests pose growing problem for California. California Agriculture. 46: 6-8, 10-12.

Drepper, W.J., L.A. Alkhamissi, and H.M. Al Agbari. 1996. The occurrence of citrus tristeza virus in the Republic of Yemen Das Vorkommen von Citrus tristeza virus in der Republik Yemen. Zeitschrift-fur-Pflanzenkrankheiten-und-Pflanzenschutz. 103: 262-266.  

Dunaway, J.K.and K.W. Dunaway. 1996. The development of new citrus rootstocks. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.109 104-105.

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Ebert, T.A.and B. Cartwright. 1997. Biology and ecology of Aphis gossypii Glover (Homoptera: Aphididae). Southwestern Entomologist. 22: 116-153.

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Fang, D.Q., C.T. Federici, and M.L. Roose. 1998. A high-resolution linkage map of the citrus tristeza virus resistance gene region in Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf. Genetics. 150: 883-890.

Fang, D.Q.and M.L. Roose. 1999. A novel gene conferring citrus tristeza virus resistance in Citrus maxima (Burm.) Merrill. Hortscience. 34: 334-335.

Febres, V.J., L. Ashoulin, M. Mawassi, A. Frank, M. BarJoseph, K.L. Manjunath, R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 1996. The p27 protein is present at one end of citrus tristeza virus particles. Phytopathology. 86: 1331-1335.

Febres, V.J., H.R. Pappu, E.J. Anderson, S.S. Pappu, R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 1994. The diverged copy of the citrus tristeza virus coat protein is expressed in  vivo. Virology. 201: 178-181.

Feichtenberger, E., V. Rossetti, J. Pompeu Jr., J. Teófilo Sobrinho, and J.O.d. Figueiredo. 1992. Evaluation of tolerance to Phytophthora species in scion rootstock combinations of citrus in Brazil - A review. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 854-858.

Forner, J.B. 1996. Rootstocks in Spain. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.2 1258.

Forner, J.B., A. Alcaide, and S. Verdejo-Lucas. 1996. New hybrids as citrus rootstocks in Spain. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 167-170.

Forsyth, J.B.and P. Broadbent. 1992. The New South Wales citrus budwood scheme. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.1 235-239.  

Fourie, C.J.and S.P. Van Vuuren. 1996. Rapid release of plant material to the South African Citrus Improvement Programme. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 228-230.

Gafny, R., N. Mogilner, N. Nitzan, Y. Ben Shalom, and M. Bar Joseph. 1995. The movement and distribution of citrus tristeza virus and citrus exocortis  viroid in citrus seedlings. Annals of Applied Biology. 126: 465-470.

Garcia, A., Jr., J.R.S. Lopes, and M.J.G. Bereta. 1997. Population survey of leafhopper vectors of Xylella fastidiosa in citrus nurseries, in Brazil. Fruits. 52: 371-374.

Garcia, R., M.J. Asins, J. Forner, and E.A. Carbonell. 1999. Genetic analysis of apomixis in Citrus and Poncirus by molecular markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 99: 511-518.

Gardner, R.C. 1993. Gene transfer into tropical and subtropical crops. Scientia Horticulturae. 55: 65-82.

Garnsey, S.M. 1990. Seedling yellows isolates of citrus tristeza virus in commercial citrus in Florida. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.103 83-87

Garnsey, S.M. 1992. Tolerance of Gou Tou rootstock to severe exotic isolates of citrus tristeza  virus (CTV). Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.105 35-38.

Garnsey, S.M. 1998. Stunting and decline problems in trees on 'Swingle' citrumelo rootstocks. Florida Agricultural Conference and trade show, Lakeland, FLl22-23.

Genc, H., M. Rosales, S. Halbert, L. Brown, V.J. Febres, K.L. Manjunath, R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 1998. The spread of citrus tristeza virus in Florida since the establishment of Toxoptera citricida, the brown citrus aphid. Florida Agricultural Conference and Trade Show (FACTS), Lakeland, FL15.

Ghorbel, R., L. Navarro, and N. Duran Vila. 1998. Biological characterization of citrus tristeza virus isolates by in vitro tissue cultures. Plant Pathology. 47: 333-340.

Ghorbel, R., L. Navarro, and N. Duran-Vila. 1998. Biological characterization of citrus tristeza virus isolates by in vitro tissue cultures. Plant Pathology. 47: 333-340.

Gillings, M., P. Broadbent, J. Indsto, and R. Lee. 1993. Characterisation of Isolates and Strains of Citrus-Tristeza-Closterovirus  Using Restriction Analysis of the Coat Protein Gene Amplified by the Polymerase  Chain Reaction. Journal of Virological Methods. 44: 305-317.  

Gmitter, F.G. 1996. The use of genetic markers for rootstock breeding. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.2 1251-1252.

Gmitter, F.G., S. Huang, K.M. Crosby, Z. Dengam, and S. Xiao. 1996. Progress toward isolating the CTV-immunity gene. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.2 845-848.

Gmitter, F.G., S.Y. Xiao, S. Huang, X.L. Hu, S.M. Garnsey, and Z. Deng. 1996. A localized linkage map of the citrus tristeza virus resistance gene region. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 92: 688-695.  

Gonzalez Segnana, L.R., N.V. Villalba, A. Armadans, K. Shohara, and L.W. Timmer. 1997. Incidence of tristeza and other diseases in Paraguay. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society, Orlando, FL.110 43-46.

Gottwald, T.R., M. Cambra, P. Moreno, E. Camarasa, and J. Piquer. 1996. Spatial and temporal analyses of citrus tristeza virus in eastern Spain. Phytopathology. 86: 45-55.

Gottwald, T.R., G.J. Gibson, S.M. Garnsey, and M. Irey. 1999. Examination of the effect of aphid vector population composition on the spatial dynamics of citrus tristeza virus spread by stochastic modeling. Phytopathology. 89: 603-608.

Gottwald, T.R., S.M. Garnsey, and J. Borbon. 1998. Increase and patterns of spread of citrus tristeza virus infections in Costa Rica and the Dominican Republic in the presence of the brown citrus aphid, Toxoptera citricida. Phytopathology. 88: 621-636.

Gottwald, T.R., S.M. Garnsey, and R.K. Yokomi. 1993. Potential for spread of citrus tristeza and its vector, the brown citrus  aphid. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.106 85-94.

Grosser, J.W., S.M. Garnsey, and C. Halliday. 1996. Assay of sour orange somatic hybrid rootstocks for quick-decline disease caused by citrus tristeza virus. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 353-356.

Grosser, J.W., F.G. Gmitter, Jr., W.S. Castle, and J.L. Chandler. 1998. Somatic hybridization: a new approach to citrus rootstock improvement. Fruits. 53: 331-334.  

Guerri, J., P. Moreno, and R.F. Lee. 1990. Identification of Citrus Tristeza Virus Strains by Peptide Maps of Virion  Coat Protein. Phytopathology. 80: 692-698.

Guerri, J., P. Moreno, N. Munoz, and M.E. Martinez. 1991. Variability Among Spanish Citrus Tristeza Virus Isolates Revealed by Double-  Stranded RNA Analysis. Plant Path. 40: 38-44.

Gutierrez E, M.A., D. Luth, and G.A. Moore. 1997. Factors affecting Agrobacterium-mediated transformation in Citrus and production of sour orange (Citrus aurantium L.) plants expressing the coat protein gene of citrus tristeza virus. Plant cell reports. 16: 745-753.

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Habili, N. 1993. Detection of Australian Field Isolates of Citrus Tristeza Virus by Double-Stranded RNA Analysis. Journal of  Phytopathology. 138: 308-316.  

Halbert, S. 1997. Brown citrus aphid. Citrus Industry. 78: 26-27.  

He, X.H., A.L.N. Rao, and R. Creamer. 1997. Characterization of beet yellows closterovirus-specific RNAs in infected plants and protoplasts. Phytopathology. 87: 347-352.

Herron, C.M.and H.H. Sabal. 1997. Incidence of citrus tristeza virus and Toxoptera citricidus in Belize. Tropical Agriculture. 74: 34-38.

Hilf, M.E., A.V. Karasev, H.R. Pappu, D.J. Gumpf, C.L. Niblett, and S.M. Garnsey. 1995. Characterization of citrus tristeza virus subgenomic RNAs in infected tissue. Virology. 208: 576-582.

Hilf, M.E., A.V. Karasev, M.R. AlbiachMarti, W.O. Dawson, and S.M. Garnsey. 1999. Two paths of sequence divergence in the citrus tristeza virus complex. Phytopathology. 89: 336-342.

Hughes, G.and T.R. Gottwald. 1998. Survey methods for assessment of citrus tristeza virus incidence. Phytopathology. 88: 715-723.

Hughes, G.and T.R. Gottwald. 1999. Survey methods for assessment of citrus tristeza virus incidence when Toxoptera citricida is the predominant vector. Phytopathology. 89: 487-494.

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Jacquemond, C.and D. de Rocca Serra. 1992. Citrus rootstocks selection in Corsica for 25 years. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.1 246-251.

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Karasev, A.V., V.P. Boyko, S. Gowda, O.V. Nikolaeva, M.E. Hilf, E.V. Koonin, C.L. Niblett, K. Clines, D.J. Gumpf, R.F. Lee, and e. al. 1995. Complete sequence of the citrus tristeza virus RNA genome. Virology. 208: 511-520.  

Karasev, A.V., O.V. Nikolaeva, E.V. Koonin, D.J. Gumpf, and S.M. Garnsey. 1994. Screening of the closterovirus genome by degenerate primer-mediated  polymerase chain reaction. J Gen Virol. 75: 1415-1422.

Karasev, A.V., W.O. Dawson, M.E. Halif, and S.M. Garnsey. 1998. Molecular biology of citrus tristeza virus: Implications for disease diagnosis and  control. Proceedings of the 17th international symposium on fruit tree virus diseases, 1998.472.

Karasev, A.V.and M.E. Hilf. 1997. Molecular biology of the citrus tristeza virus, p. 121-131. Filamentous viruses of woody plants.

Karasev, A.V., M.E. Hilf, S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 1997. Transcriptional strategy of closteroviruses: mapping the 5' termini of the citrus tristeza virus subgenomic RNAs. Journal of Virology. 71: 6233-6236.

Karasev, A.V., O.V. Nikolaeva, A.R. Mushegian, R.F. Lee, and W.O. Dawson. 1996. Organization of the 3'-terminal half of beet yellow stunt virus genome and  implications for the evolution of closteroviruses. Virology. 221: 199-207.

Knapp, J.L., H.W. Browning, R.F. Lee, and P.A. Stansley. 1996. The brown citrus aphid--citrus tristeza virus relationship and management  guidelines for Florida citrus. Citrus Industry. 77: 12-14,16.

Koller, O.L.and E. Soprano. 1996. Change from tolerant to susceptible to citrus tristeza virus in two Valencia orange cultivars. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 474-477.  

Komazaki, S. 1994. Ecology of Citrus Aphids and Their Importance to Virus Transmission. Jarq-Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly. 28: 177-184.

Lair, S.V., T.E. Mirkov, J.A. Dodds, and M.F. Murphy. 1994. A single temperature amplification technique applied to the detection of  citrus tristeza viral RNA in plant nucleic acid extracts. J Virol Meth. 47: 141-151.

Lair, S.V., T.E. Mirkov, J.A. Dodds, and M.F. Murphy. 1994. A Single Temperature Amplification Technique Applied to the Detection of Citrus Tristeza Viral-Rna in Plant Nucleic-Acid Extracts. Journal of Virological Methods. 47: 141-151.

Lee, R.F., K.S. Derrick, P. McClure, L. Ellis, and P. Rucks. 1993. Occurrence of severe strains of citrus tristeza virus and citrus blight in  registered scion groves in the Indian River. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.106 94-99.

Lee, R.F.and C.L. Niblett. 1994. Tristeza SP 155.

Lee, R.F., C.N. Roistacher, C.L. Niblett, R. Lastra, M. Rocha-Pena, S.M. Garnsey, R.K. Yokomi, D.G. Gumpf, and J.A. Dobbs. 1992. Presence of Toxoptera citricidus in Central America: A threat to citrus in  Florida and the United States. Citrus Industry. 73: 13-14,16,18-19,21,23-14,62-63.

Lee, R., B. Barber, L. Brown, M. Kesinger, S. Garnsey, and B. Schirard. 1997. Is Meyer lemon a threat to citrus? Citrus Industry. 78: 46-50.

Lopez, C., M.A. Ayllon, J. NavasCastillo, J. Guerri, P. Moreno, and R. Flores. 1998. Molecular variability of the 5'- and 3'-terminal regions of citrus tristeza virus RNA. Phytopathology. 88: 685-691.

Louzada, E.S., J.W. Grosser, F.G. Gmitter, B. Nielsen, J.L. Chandler, X.X. Deng, and N. Tusa. 1992. Eight new Somatic Hybrid Citrus Rootstocks with Potential for Improved  Disease Resistance. Hortscience. 27: 1033-1036.

Malavolta, E. 1992. Leaf analysis in Brazil - present and perspectives. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 570-574.  

Manjunath, K.L., M. Hooker, H.R. Pappu, S.S. Pappu, C.A. Powell, M. Bar-Joseph, C.L. Niblett, and R.F. Lee. 1996. Synthesis of a functional single-chain antibody against citrus tristeza closterovirus in bacteria. Proceedings of the International Organization of Citrus Virologists, Fuzhou, China, 1995.13 38-46.

Marais, L.J.and J.H.J. Breytenbach. 1996. The effect of tristeza stem pitting on the Star Ruby grapefruit industry in Southern Africa. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.1 357-365.

Marais, L.J., K.S. Derrick, F. Majil, and E. Rejon. 1998. In-arching experience in Belize. Citrus Industry. 79: 32-33.

Marias, L.J. 1998. In-Arching - Can it save trees in sour orange from tristeza decline? Citrus Industry. 79: 33-34.  

Matthews, D.M., K. Riley, and J.A. Dodds. 1997. Comparison of detection methods for citrus tristeza virus in field trees during months of nonoptimal titer. Plant Disease. 81: 525-529.

Mawassi, M., R. Gafny, and M. Bar-Joseph. 1993. Nucleotide Sequence of the Coat Protein Gene of Citrus Tristeza Virus -  Comparison of Biologically Diverse Isolates Collected in Israel. Virus Genes. 7: 265-275.

Mawassi, M., A.V. Karasev, E. Mietkiewska, R. Gafny, R.F. Lee, W.O. Dawson, and M. Barjoseph. 1995. Defective RNA molecules associated with citrus tristeza virus. Virology. 208: 383-387.

Mawassi, M., E. Miekiewska, M.E. Hilf, L. Ashoulin, A.V. Karasev, R. Gafney, R.F. Lee, S.M. Garnsey, W.O. Dawson, and M. Bar Joseph. 1995. Multiple species of defective RNAs in plant infected with citrus tristeza virus. Virology. 214: 264-268.

Mawassi, M., E. Mietkiewska, M.E. Hilf, L. Ashulin, R. Gafny, A.V. Karasev, S.M. Garnssey, W.O. Dawson, M. Bar Joseph, and R.F. Lee. 1995. Multiple species of defective RNAS in plants infected with Florida strains of citrus tristeza virus. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.No. 108 109-112.

Mawassi, M., E. Mietkiewska, R. Gofman, G. Yang, and M. BarJoseph. 1996. Unusual sequence relationships between two isolates of citrus tristeza virus. J Gen Virol. 77: 2359-2364.  

McGovern, R.J. 1993. Tristeza. fact sheet 707:1-4.

McGovern, R.J., R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 1994. Tristeza. SP 155.

Mehta, P., R.H. Brlansky, S. Gowda, and R.K. Yokomi. 1997. Reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction detection of citrus tristeza virus in aphids. Plant Disease. 81: 1066-1069.

Mestre, P.F., M.J. Asins, J.A. Pina, and L. Navarro. 1997. Efficient search for new resistant genotypes to the citrus tristeza closterovirus in the orange subfamily Aurantioideae. Theor appl genet. 95: 1282-1288.

Mestre, P.F., M.J. Asins, E.A. Carbonell, and L. Navarro. 1997. New gene(s) involved in the resistance of Poncirus trifoliata (L.) Raf. To citrus tristeza virus. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 95: 691-695.

Mestre, P.F., M.J. Asins, J.A. Pina, E.A. Carbonell, and L. Navarro. 1997. Molecular markers flanking citrus tristeza virus resistance gene from Poncirus trifoliata (L) Raf. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 94: 458-464.

Michaud, J.P. 1998. A review of the literature on Toxoptera citricida (Kirkaldy) (Homoptera; Aphididae). Florida Entomologist. 81: 37-61.

Michaud, J.P.and H.W. Browning. 1999. Seasonal abundance of the brown citrus aphid, toxoptera citricida (Homoptera: aphididae) and its natural enemies in Puerto Rico. Florida Entomologist. 82: 424-447.  

Minafra, A., M. Russo, and G.P. Martelli. 1992. Further Studies on the Use of Molecular Probes to Grapevine Closterovirus-A. Vitis. 31: 87-93.

Monteverde, E.E., G. Laborem, F.J. Reyes, J.R. Ruiz, and M. Espinoza. 1992. Research for citrus improvement in Venezuela. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 752-755.

Moreno, P., J. Guerri, and N. Munoz. 1990. Identification of Spanish Strains of Citrus Tristeza Virus by Analysis of  Double-Stranded RNA. Phytopathology. 80: 477-482.

Moreno, P., J. Guerri, J.F. Ballesterolmos, R. Albiach, and M.E. Martinez. 1993. Separation and Interference of Strains from a Citrus Tristeza Virus Isolate  Evidenced by Biological Activity and Double-Stranded RNA (dsRNA) Analysis. Plant Pathology. 42: 35-41.  

Moseley, J.and R. Hull. 1991. Comparison of 8 Isolates of Beet Yellows Virus by Filter Hybridisation and  Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay. Annals of Applied Biology. 118: 605-613.

Mukhopadhyay, S., R. Jaishree, B.C. Sharma, A. Gurang, and R.K. Sengupta. 1996. Production of disease  free Darjeeling orange plants by shoot tip grafting technique. International Citrus Congress (8th : 1996 : Sun City, South Africa), Sun City, South Africa, 1997.2 855-857.  

Muraro, R.P.and W.S. Castle. 1996. Resetting and replanting options in Florida citrus groves and the financial consequences. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.109 128-131.

Nadori, E.B.and M. Zebzami. 1992. Citrus germplasm blocks control for citrus tristeza virus by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in Morocco. International Citrus Congress (7th : 1992 : Acireale, Italy), Acireale, Italy, 1994.2 765-766.

Navas-Castillo, J., M.R. AlbiachMarti, S. Gowda, M.E. Hilf, S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 1997. Kinetics of accumulation of citrus tristeza virus RNAs. Virology. 228: 92-97.  

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