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Silencing in Prunus: a natural defense developed by woody fruit trees in response to virus infection
Ravelonandro, P. , Briard, P. , Kundu, J. , Monsion, M. , Hily, J.M. , Scorza, R.
Prunus , Prunus domestica , plums , Plum pox virus , plant viruses , plant diseases and disorders , resistance mechanisms , gene silencing , gene expression , microbial genetics , gene expression regulation , transgenic plants , genetic resistance , mixed infection , Prune dwarf virus , Prunus necrotic ringspot virus , Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus , signs and symptoms (plants) , virus replication , scions , small interfering RNA , leaves , phenotype
- Paper presented at the Twentieth International Symposium on Virus and Virus-Like Diseases of Temperate Fruit Crops--Fruit Tree Diseases, held May 22-26, 2006, Antalya, Turkey.
- Acta horticulturae 2008 Feb., no. 781
Journal Articles, USDA Authors, Peer-Reviewed
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