Library - Bibliographies - Tristeza (CTV) 2000 - Present

Al-Khayri, J. M.

Al-Khayri, J.M.and A.M. Al-Bahrany. 2001. In vitro micropropagation of Citrus aurantifolia (lime). Current Science. 81: 1242-1246.

Albiach-Marti, M. R.

Albiach-Marti, M.R., J.W. Grosser, S. Gowda, M. Mawassi, T. Satyanarayana, S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 2004. Citrus tristeza virus replicates and forms infectious virions in protoplasts of resistant citrus relatives. Molecular Breeding. 14: 117-128.

Albiach-Marti, M.R., J. Guerri, M. Cambra, S.M. Garnsey, and P. Moreno. 2000. Differentiation of citrus tristeza virus isolates by serological analysis of p25 coat protein peptide maps. Journal of Virological Methods. 88: 25-34.

Albiach-Marti, M.R., J. Guerri, A.H. de Mendoza, F. Laigret, J.F. Ballester-Olmos, and P. Moreno. 2000. Aphid transmission alters the genomic and defective RNA populations of Citrus tristeza virus isolates. Phytopathology. 90: 134-138.

Albiach-Marti, M.R., M. Mawassi, S. Gowda, T. Satyanarayana, M.E. Hilf, S. Shanker, E.C. Almira, M.C. Vives, C. Lopez, J. Guerri, R. Flores, P. Moreno, S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 2000. Sequences of Citrus Tresteza Virus separated in time and space are essentially identical. Journal of Virology. 74: 6856-6865.  

Asins, M. J.

Asins, M.J., G.P. Bernet, C. Ruiz, M. Cambra, J. Guerri, and E.A. Carbonell. 2004. QTL analysis of citrus tristeza virus-citradia interaction. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 108: 603-611.  

Ayllon, M. A.

Ayllon, M.A., S. Gowda, T. Satyanarayana, A.V. Karasev, S. Adkins, M. Mawassi, J. Guerri, P. Moreno, and W.O. Dawson. 2003. Effects of modification of the transcription initiation site context on Citrus tristeza virus subgenomic RNA synthesis. Journal of Virology. 77: 9232-9243.

Bar-Joseph, M.

Bar-Joseph, M., X. Che, D. Piestun, O. Botuman, R. Gofman, Y. Ben-Shalom, G. Yang, and M. Mawassi. 2000. Citrus tristeza virus biology revisited: Quick decline and seedling yellows - The cost of sour orange resistance gene(s). International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 963-965.  

Bauscher , M.

Bauscher , M.and R. Niedz. 2001. CTV decline source budwood can be detected by grafting. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.114 67-70.

Bausher, M.G.and R.P. Niedz. 2000. A propagation method using immature citrus tissue to predict the decline potential of CTV strains. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1062.

Bernet, G. P.

Bernet, G.P., M.P. Breto, and M.J. Asins. 2004. Expressed sequence enrichment for candidate gene analysis of citrus tristeza virus resistance. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 108: 592-602.

Besoain, X. A.

Besoain, X.A., M. Valenzuela, M. Castro, C. Canales, and M.C. Simpson. 2000. Survey of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) isolates and aphid vector incidence in northern Chile. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 994-995.  

Bowman, K. D.

Bowman, K.D.and S.M. Garnsey. 2000. Comparison of decline reaction from citrus tristeza virus infection in trees on sour orange hybrid rootstocks. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 996-997.

Bowman, K.D.and S.M. Garnsey. 2001. A comparison of five sour orange rootstocks and their response to Citrus Tristeza Virus. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.114 73-77.  

Brlansky, R. H.

Brlansky, R.H., V.D. Damsteegt, D.S. Howd, and A. Roy. 2003. Molecular analysis of citrus tristeza virus subisolates separated by aphid transmission. Plant Disease. 87: 397-401.

Brlansky, R.H., D.S. Howd, P. Broadbent, and V.D. Damsteegt. 2002. Histology of sweet orange stem pitting caused by an Australian isolate of Citrus Tristeza virus. Plant Disease. 86: 1169-1174.  

Brown, Mark G.

Brown, M.G.and T.H. Spreen. 2000. An economic assessment of the impact of tristeza on the Florida grapefruit industry. Proceedings of the Florida State Horticultural Society.113 79-82.

Brown, S. P.   

Brown, S.P. 2001. Collective action in an RNA virus. Journal of Evolutionary Biology. 14: 821-828.  

Cambra, M.

Cambra, M., M.T. Gorris, C. Marroquin, M.P. Roman, A. Olmos, P.C. Martinez, A.H. de Mendoza, A. Lopez, and L. Navarro. 2000. Incidence and epidemiology of Citrus tristeza virus in the Valencian Community of Spain. Virus Research. 71: 85-95.

Carvalho, S. A.

Carvalho, S.A., M.A. Machado, and G.W. Muller. 2000. Strategies under development by the Centro de Citricultura Sylvio Moreira - IAC to supply basic material for production of healthy citrus nursery trees in Sao Paulo State, Brazil. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 998-1000.

Castle, Bill

Castle, B., K. Bowman, J. Grosser, F. Gmitter, E. Stover, R. Lee, and C. Powell. 2001. Performance of 'Marsh' Grapefruit on various rootstocks.

Castle, B.and E. Stover. 2000. Rootstock reflections: Swingle citrumelo updates. Citrus Industry. 81: 18-20.

Cevik, B.

Cevik, B., R.F. Lee, G.A. Moore, and C.L. Niblett. 2000. Genetic transformation of Citrus paradisi with RNA-Dependent RNA polymerase gene of citrus tristeza closterovirus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 205.

Che, X. B.

Che, X.B., W.O. Dawson, and M. Bar-Joseph. 2003. Defective RNAs of Citrus tristeza virus analogous to Crinivirus genomic RNAs. Virology. 310: 298-309.

Che, X.B., D. Piestun, M. Mawassi, G. Yang, T. Satyanarayana, S. Gowda, W.O. Dawson, and M. Bar-Joseph. 2001. 5 '-coterminal subgenomic RNAs in Citrus tristeza virus-infected cells. Virology. 283: 374-381.

Costa, M.A.P. 

Costa, M.A.P., B.M.J. Mendes, and F.A.A. Mourao Filho. 2003. Somatic hybridisation for improvement of citrus rootstock: production of five new combinations with potential for improved disease resistance. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 43: 1151-1156.

Cueto, J. E.

Cueto, J.E., J. Mulet, A. Correa, and M.C. Perez. 2000. Cuban certification program for production of healthy propagation material. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 582.  

D'Onghia, A. M.

D'Onghia, A.M., F. Carimi, F. De Pasquale, K. Djelouah, and G.P. Martelli. 2000. Somatic embryogenesis from style culture: a new technique for sanitation, conservation, and safe exchange of citrus germplasm. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 147-149.  

d'Urso, F.

d'Urso, F., M.A. Ayllon, L. Rubio, A. Sambade, A.H. de Mendoza, J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 2000. Contribution of uneven distribution of genomic RNA variants of citrus tristeza virus (CTV) within the plant to changes in the viral population following aphid transmission. Plant Pathology. 49: 288-294.

Dawson, W. O.

Dawson, W.O., T. Satyanarayana, S. Gowda, M. Mawassi, M.R. Albiach-Marti, and M.A. Ayllon. 2000. Development of a genetic system of the largest known plant virus, citrus tristeza virus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 969-971.  

Dekkers, M.G.H.

Dekkers, M.G.H.and R.F. Lee. 2002. Evaluation of recently selected mild isolates of Citrus tristeza virus for cross protection of Hamlin sweet orange on smooth flat Seville rootstock.15 136-150.

Deng, Z.

Deng, Z., S. Huang, P. Ling, C. Chen, C. Yu, C.A. Weber, G.A. Moore, and F.G. Gmitter, Jr. 2000. Cloning and characterization of NBS-LRR class resistance-gene candidate sequences in citrus. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 101: 814-822.

Deng, Z., S. Huang, P. Ling, C. Yu, C. Chen, M.K. Wendell, F.G. Gmitter, and H.B. Zhang. 2000. Mapping and cloning disease resistance genes in citrus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 75-77.

Deng, Z., S. Huang, P. Ling, C. Yu, Q. Tao, C. Chen, M.K. Wendell, H.B. Zhang, and F.G. Gmitter. 2001. Fine genetic mapping and BAC contig development for the citrus tristeza virus resistance gene locus in Poncirus trifoliata (Raf.). Molecular Genetics and Genomics. 265: 739-747.

Deng, Z., Q. Tao, Y.L. Chang, S. Huang, P. Ling, C. Yu, C. Chen, F.G. Gmitter, and H.B. Zhang. 2001. Construction of a bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library for citrus and identification of BAC contigs containing resistance gene candidates. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 102: 1177-1184.  

Derrick, K. S.

Derrick, K.S., M.J. Berretta, G.A. Barthe, M. Kayim, and R. Harakava. 2003. Identification of strains of Citrus tristeza virus by subtraction hybridization. Plant Disease. 87: 1355-1359.  

Dominguez, A.

Dominguez, A., J. Guerri, M. Cambra, L. Navarro, P. Moreno, and L. Pena. 2000. Efficient production of transgenic citrus plants expressing the coat protein gene of citrus tristeza virus. Plant Cell Reports. 19: 427-433.

El-Agamy, S. Z.

El-Agamy, S.Z., M.A. Husein, F.A. Mostafa, and M.M. Shaaban. 2000. Selection of some superior variants of orange and mandarin seedling trees. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 153-154.

Fazeli, C. F.

Fazeli, C.F.and M.A. Rezaian. 2000. Nucleotide sequence and organization of ten open reading frames in the genome of Grapevine leafroll-associated virus 1 and identification of three subgenomic RNAs. Journal of General Virology. 81: 605-615.

Febres, V. J.

Febres, V.J., C. Niblett, R.F. Lee, and G.A. Moore. 2002. Characterization of grapefruit plants (Citrus paradisi Macf.) transformed with citrus tristeza closterovirus genes. Plant Cell Reports. 21: 421-428.  

Flores, R.

Flores, R. 2000. Biological and molecular variability of citrus tristeza virus: Implications for control. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 966-968.  

Forner, J. B.

Forner, J.B., M.A. Forner, A. Alcaide, S. Verdejo-Lucas, and F.J. Sorribas. 2000. New hybrid citrus rootstocks released in Spain. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 58-61.  

Futch, Stephen H.

Futch, S.H.and R.H. Brlansky. 2004. Field diagnosis of citrus tristeza virus. Citrus Industry. 85: 22-23.

Garcia-Arenal, F.

Garcia-Arenal, F., A. Fraile, and J.M. Malpica. 2001. Variability and genetic structure of plant virus populations. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 39: 157-186.  

Garnsey, S. M.           

Garnsey, S.M. 2000. Citrus tristeza virus: The continuing problem. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 960-962.  

Georgiou, A.

Georgiou, A. 2000. Citrus biodiversity in Cyprus. Proceedings of the Global Citrus Germplasm Network, Orlando, FL43-48.  

Geraci, Giuseppe     

Geraci, G. 2003. Rootstocks for citrus:3-11.  

Ghorbel, R.

Ghorbel, R., A. Dominguez, L. Navarro, and L. Pena. 2000. High efficiency genetic transformation of sour orange (Citrus aurantium) and production of transgenic trees containing the coat protein gene of citrus tristeza virus. Tree Physiology. 20: 1183-1189.  

Ghosh, D. K.

Ghosh, D.K. 2000. Prevalence of tristeza, exocortis, and phytoplasma in citrus orchards of Maharashtra, India. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1062-1063.

Gowda, S.

Gowda, S., M.A. Ayllon, T. Satyanarayana, M. Bar-Joseph, and W.O. Dawson. 2003. Transcription strategy in a Closterovirus: A novel 5 '-proximal controller element of Citrus tristeza virus produces 5 '- and 3 '-terminal subgenomic RNAs and differs from 3 ' open reading frame controller elements. Journal of Virology. 77: 340-352.

Gowda, S., T. Satyanarayana, C.L. Davis, J. Navas-Castillo, M.R. Albiach-Marti, M. Mawassi, N. Valkov, M. Bar-Joseph, P. Moreno, and W.O. Dawson. 2000. The p20 gene product of Citrus tristeza virus accumulates in the amorphous inclusion bodies. Virology. 274: 246-254.

Gowda, S., T. Satyanarayana, M.A. Ayllon, M.R. Albiach-Marti, M. Mawassi, S. Rabindran, S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 2001. Characterization of the cis-acting elements controlling subgenomic mRNAs of Citrus tristeza virus: Production of positive- and negative-stranded 3 '-terminal and positive-stranded 5 '-terminal RNAs. Virology. 286: 134-151.

Gowda, S., T. Satyanarayana, M.A. Ayllon, P. Moreno, R. Flores, and W.O. Dawson. 2003. The conserved structures of the 5 ' nontranslated region of Citrus tristeza virus are involved in replication and virion assembly. Virology. 317: 50-64.  

Graca, J. V. da 

Graca, J.V.d.and J.W. Sauls. 2000. Texas citriculture - Past and present. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 451.  

Halbert, S. E.

Halbert, S.E., C.L. Niblett, R.F. Lee, and L.G. Brown. 2000. Establishment of two new vectors of citrus pathogens in Florida. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1016-1017.

Herrera, L.

Herrera, L., L. Yabor, R. Llauger, L. Batista, I. Pena, R. Peral, P. Oramas, and C. Borroto. 2000. Characterization of citrus tristeza closterovirus isolates from Cuba and production of citrus transgenic plants. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1018-1019.

Hoy, M. A.

Hoy, M.A. 2000. Scientific, social, political, and ethical issues for biological control in citrus in the new millennium. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 772-774.  

Hughes, G.

Hughes, G.and T.R. Gottwald. 2001. Survey methods for assessment of Citrus tristeza virus incidence in citrus nurseries. Plant Disease. 85: 910-918.

Hughes, G., T.R. Gottwald, and K. Yamamura. 2002. Survey methods for assessment of Citrus tristeza virus incidence in urban citrus populations. Plant Disease. 86: 367-372.  

Hung, T. H.

Hung, T.H., M.L. Wu, and H.J. Su. 2000. A rapid method based on the one-step reverse transcriptase- polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) technique for detection of different strains of citrus tristeza virus. Journal of Phytopathology-Phytopathologische Zeitschrift. 148: 469-475.  

Hunter, W. B.

Hunter, W.B.and S.M. Garnsey. 2000. Transmission of citrus tristeza virus through membrane-feeding. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1063.  

Leki, Hiroyuki

Leki, H. 2003. The current situations and subject matters on research works of Citrus Tristeza virus in Japan. Bulletin of the National Institute of Fruit Tree Research, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan. 2: 1-7.  

Kahlke, C.

Kahlke, C., J.V.d. Graca, M. Skaria, and N. Solís-Gracia. 2000. Texas virus-free citrus budwood program developments. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 452.  

Kong, P.

Kong, P., L. Rubio, M. Polek, and B.W. Falk. 2000. Population structure and genetic diversity within California Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) isolates. Virus Genes. 21: 139-145.  

Krueger, R. R.

Krueger, R.R., P.M. Ballance, T.L. Kahn, O.J. Bier, D.J. Gumpf, and J.A. Bash. 2000. Shoot-tip micro-grafting for rescue or therapy of field-grown citrus germplasm accessions. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2000.2 1033.  

Lin, Y. J.

Lin, Y.J., P.A. Rundell, L.H. Xie, and C.A. Powell. 2000. In situ immunoassay for detection of Citrus tristeza virus. Plant Disease. 84: 937-940.

Lin, Y.J., P.A. Rundell, and C.A. Powell. 2002. In situ immunoassay (ISIA) of field grapefruit trees inoculated with mild isolates of Citrus tristeza virus indicates mixed infections with severe isolates. Plant Disease. 86: 458-461.

Lin, Y., R. Brlansky, and C. Powell. 2002. Inefficient transmission of citrus tristeza virus from grapefruit by single brown citrus aphids. HortScience. 37: 936-939.  

Ling, P.

Ling, P., L.W. Duncan, Z. Deng, D. Dunn, X. Hu, S. Huang, and F.G. Gmitter. 2000. Inheritance of citrus nematode resistance and its linkage with molecular markers. Theoretical and Applied Genetics. 100: 1010-1017.

Lopez, C.

Lopez, C., J. Navas-Castillo, S. Gowda, P. Moreno, and R. Flores. 2000. The 23-kDa protein coded by the 3'-terminal gene of citrus tristeza virus is an RNA-binding protein. Virology. 269: 462-470.

Lopez, G., J. Navas-Castillo, S. Gowda, P. Moreno, and R. Flores. 2000. The 23-kDa protein coded by the 3 '-terminal gene of Citrus tristeza virus is an RNA-binding protein. Virology. 269: 462-470.

Makinen, K.

Makinen, K., E. Generozov, N. Arshava, A. Kaloshin, S. Morozov, and S. Zavriev. 2000. Detection and characterization of defective interfering RNAs associated with the cocksfoot mottle sobemovirus. Molecular Biology. 34: 291-296.  

Marais, L. J.

Marais, L.J.and J.H.J. Breytenbach. 2000. The effect of citrus tristeza virus mild strain cross-protection on the 'Marsh' grapefruit industry in South Africa. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1046-1047  

Marroquin, C.

Marroquin, C., A. Olmos, M.T. Gorris, E. Bertolini, M.C. Martinez, E.A. Carbonell, A.H. de Mendoza, and M. Cambra. 2004. Estimation of the number of aphids carrying Citrus tristeza virus that visit adult citrus trees. Virus Research. 100: 101-108.  

Mawassi, M.

Mawassi, M., T. Satyanarayana, M.R. Albiach-Marti, S. Gowda, M.A. Ayllon, C. Robertson, and W.O. Dawson. 2000. The fitness of Citrus tristeza virus defective RNAs is affected by the lengths of their 5 '- and 3 '-termini and by the coding capacity. Virology. 275: 42-56.

Mawassi, M., T. Satyanarayana, S. Gowda, M.R. Albiach-Marti, C. Robertson, and W.O. Dawson. 2000. Replication of heterologous combinations of helper and defective RNA of citrus tristeza virus. Virology. 267: 360-369.  

Medina-Urrutia, V. M.

Medina-Urrutia, V.M.and M.M. Robles-Gonzalez. 2000. The 'Mexican' lime industry in Mexico: An overview. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 515-519.  

Mendes, B. M. J.

Mendes, B.M.J., F.D.A. Mourao, P.C.D. Farias, and V.A. Benedito. 2001. Citrus somatic hybridization with potential for improved blight and CTV resistance. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant. 37: 490-495.  

Michaud, J. P.

Michaud, J.P. 2001. Colony density and wind development in Toxoptera citricida (Homoptera: Aphididae). Environmental Entomology. 30: 1047-1051.  

Moore, G. A.

Moore, G.A., V. Febres, and K. Champ. 2000. New rootstocks through genetic transformation. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 52-55  

Mourao Filho, F. A. A.

Mourao Filho, F.A.A., V.A. Benedito, M.A.P.d. Carvalho Costa, B.M.J. Mendes, and P.C.d. M. Farias. 2000. Production of seven new citrus somatic hybrids with potential for improved blight and CTV resistance. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 99-101.  

Narvaez, G.

Narvaez, G., B.S. Skander, M.A. Ayllon, L. Rubio, J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 2000. A new procedure to differentiate citrus tristeza virus isolates by hybridisation with digoxigenin-labelled cDNA probes. Journal of Virological Methods. 85: 83-92.  

Navas-Castillo, J.

Navas-Castillo, J. 2000. Recent advances on the major virus diseases of citrus: Tristeza and psorosis - Introduction. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 959.

Niblett, C. L.

Niblett, C.L., H. Genc, B. Cevik, S. Halbert, L. Brown, G. Nolasco, B. Bonacalza, K.L. Manjunath, V.J. Febres, H.R. Pappu, and R.F. Lee. 2000. Progress on strain differentiation of Citrus tristeza virus and its application to the epidemiology of citrus tristeza disease. Virus Research. 71: 97-106.

Olivares-Fuster, O.

Olivares-Fuster, O., G.H. Fleming, M.R. Albiach-Marti, S. Gowda, and J.W. Grosser. 2000. Alternative citrus transformation with emphasis on disease resistance. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 88-90.

Olivares-Fuster, O., G.H. Fleming, M.R. Albiach-Marti, S. Gowda, W.O. Dawson, and J.W. Grosser. 2003. Citrus tristeza virus (CTV) resistance in transgenic citrus based on virus challenge of protoplasts. In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant. 39: 567-572.  

Ozturk, S.

Ozturk, S.and F. Yucel. 2001. Monoclonal antibodies against Citrus Tristeza virus, 1G8. Hybridoma. 20: 281-282.

Parsons, Larry

Parsons, L. 2000. Will the spring drought hurt growers? Citrus Industry. 81: 41.

Peng, C. W.

Peng, C.W., V.V. Peremyslov, A.R. Mushegian, W.O. Dawson, and V.V. Dolja. 2001. Functional specialization and evolution of leader proteinases in the family Closteroviridae. Journal of Virology. 75: 12153-12160.  

Perez, Maria del Carmen     

Perez, M.d.C. 2000. Cuba's production system for certified citrus budwood. Proceedings of the Global Citrus Germplasm Network, Orlando, FL70-73.  

Perez, R.

Perez, R., J.M. Perez, K. Velazquez, N. Duran-Vila, and D. Rodriguez. 2000. Current status of viroid-caused diseases in Cuba. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1053-1054.

Pompeu Jr., J.

Pompeu Jr., J., F.F. Laranjeira, G.W. Muller, and M.C. Alves. 2000. Performance of 'Valencia' sweet orange trees grafted on trifoliate hybrids in Sao Paulo State, Brazil. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 585-586

Powell, Charles A.

Powell, C.A., R.R. Pelosi, and P.A. Rundell. 2003. Prevalence of citrus tristeza virus in Florida citrus nurseries and scion groves. Hort Science. 38: 244-245.

Powell, C.A., P.A. Rundell, and R.R. Pelosi. 2003. Suppression of decline-inducing isolates of citrus tristeza virus by nondecline-inducing isolates. HortScience. 38: 62-64.

Roistacher, C. N.      

Roistacher, C.N. 2000. Essential ingredients for a successful certification program for citrus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 942-947.  

Roose, M. L.

Roose, M.L. 2000. Linkage mapping and marker-assisted selection in citrus. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.1 69-70.

Roose, M.L. 2000. Identification and use of genetic resistance and tolerance to new diseases. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 952-954.

Roose, M.L., X. Ye, Z. Yang, and T.E. Mirkov. 2000. Toward cloning the citrus tristeza virus resistance gene(s). International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 972-973.  

Rosales, I. M.

Rosales, I.M., K.L. Manjunath, R.F. Lee, and C.L. Niblett. 2000. In vivo localization of the Hsp70 protein homolog (P65) in citrus tristeza closterovirus infected plants. International Citrus Congress (9th : 2000 : Orlando, Florida), Orlando, Florida USA, 2003.2 1065.

Roy, A.

Roy, A., P. Ramachandran, and R.H. Brlansky. 2003. Grouping and comparison of Indian citrus tristeza virus isolates based on coat protein gene sequences and restriction analysis patterns. Archives of Virology. 148: 707-722.  

Rubio, L.

Rubio, L., M.A. Ayllon, P. Kong, A. Fernandez, M. Polek, J. Guerri, P. Moreno, and B.W. Falk. 2001. Genetic variation of Citrus tristeza virus isolates from California and Spain: Evidence for mixed infections and recombination. Journal of Virology. 75: 8054-8062.

Rubio, L., H.H. Yeh, T.Y. Tian, and B.W. Falk. 2000. A heterogeneous population of defective RNAs is associated with Lettuce infectious yellows virus. Virology. 271: 205-212.

Sambade, A.

Sambade, A., S. Martin, A. Olmos, M.L. Garcia, M. Cambra, O. Grau, J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 2000. A fast one-step reverse transcription and polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) amplification procedure providing highly specific complementary DNA from plant virus RNA. Journal of Virological Methods. 87: 25-28.

Sambade, A., L. Rubio, S.M. Garnsey, N. Costa, G.W. Muller, M. Peyrou, J. Guerri, and P. Moreno. 2002. Comparison of viral RNA populations of pathogenically distinct isolates of Citrus tristeza virus: application to monitoring cross-protection. Plant Pathology. 51: 257-265.

Satyanarayana, T.

Satyanarayana, T., M. Bar-Joseph, M. Mawassi, M.R. Albiach-Marti, M.A. Allyon, S. Gowda, M.E.M. Hilf, P., S.M. Garnsey, and W.O. Dawson. 2001. Amplification of Citrus tristeza virus from a cDNA clone and infection of Citrus trees. Virology. 280: 87-96.

Satyanarayana, T., S. Gowda, M.A. Ayllon, M.R. Albiach-Marti, and W.O. Dawson. 2002. Mutational analysis of the replication signals in the 3 '-nontranslated region of Citrus tristeza virus. Virology. 300: 140-152.

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