Bibliography:Pea early-browning virus

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general biology - morphology - evolution (4)

Annals of Applied Biology (2002) 141, 259-266
M. Swanson, H. Barker and S.A. MacFarlane (2002)
Rapid vascular movement of tobraviruses does not require coat protein: evidence from mutated and wild-type viruses

Journal of General Virology (1999) 80, 273-276
S.A. MacFarlane, N. Vassilakos and D.J. Brown (1999)
Similarities in the genome organization of Tobacco rattle virus and Pea early-browning virus isolates that are transmitted by the same vector nematode

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) Makkouk et al. - Further serological ...
K.M. Makkouk and S.G. Kumari (1998)
Further serological characterization of two tobravirus isolates from Algeria and Libya
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Poster presented in section: Viral pathogenicity

Journal of General Virology (1994) 75, 1423-1429
S.A. MacFarlane, A. Mathis and J.F. Bol (1994)
Heterologous encapsidation of recombinant pea early browning virus

identification/taxonomy (1)

Australasian Plant Pathology (2008) 37, 132-136
D. Jones, K. Farreyrol, G.R.G. Clover and M.N. Pearson (2008)
Development of a generic PCR detection method for tobraviruses

resistance/tolerance/defence of host (3)

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2006) 19, 1207-1215
Steven A. Whitham, Chunling Yang and Michael M. Goodin (2006)
Global impact: Elucidating plant responses to viral infection

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2001) 14, 196-203
Tom van den Boogaart, Fuijang Wen, Jeffrey W. Davies and George P. Lomonossoff (2001)
Replicase-derived resistance against Pea early browning virus in Nicotiana benthamiana is an unstable resistance based upon posttranscriptional gene silencing

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, p. 225 (Taylor et al.)
S.C. Taylor, A. Mooney, S.A. MacFarlane, D. Twell and G.D. Foster (1997)
Investigation of silent plant virus replicons as a mechanism for engineering viral resistance
The Xth International Congress of Virology, August 11-16, 1996, Binyanei haOoma, Jerusalem, Israel, poster

surveys/sampling/distribution (1)

Australasian Plant Pathology (2008) 37, 132-136
D. Jones, K. Farreyrol, G.R.G. Clover and M.N. Pearson (2008)
Development of a generic PCR detection method for tobraviruses

transmission/dispersal of plant diseases (8)

Journal of Plant Pathology (2005) 87, 153-165
P. Andret-Link and M. Fuchs (2005)
Transmission specificity of plant viruses by vectors

Nematology (2004) 6, 261-272
Eirini Karanastasi and Derek J.F. Brown (2004)
Interspecific variation in the site of Tobravirus particle retention in selected virus-vector Paratrichodorus and Trichodorus species (Nematoda: Diptherophorina)

Journal of General Virology (2002) 83, 1771-1775
Evangelos Vellios, Derek J.F. Brown and Stuart A. MacFarlane (2002)
Substitution of a single amino acid in the 2b protein of Pea early-browning virus affects nematode transmission

International Congress of Plant Pathology (1998) MacFarlane - Molecular studies of the ...
S.A. MacFarlane (1998)
Molecular studies of the transmission of plant viruses by nematodes
Edinburgh, U.K. (9 - 16 Aug. 1998), Paper presented in section: Virus-vector interactions

Journal of General Virology (1998) 79, 1281-1288
Corinne Schmitt, A.M. Mueller, A. Mooney, D. Brown and S. MacFarlane (1998)
Immunological detection and mutational analysis of the RNA2-encoded nematode transmission proteins of pea early browning virus

European Journal of Plant Pathology (1996) 102, 123-126
Antoon T. Ploeg, Frans C. Zoon and Paul W.Th. Maas (1996)
Transmission efficiency of five tobravirus strains by Paratrichodorus teres

European Journal of Plant Pathology (1995) 101, 535-539
Stuart A. MacFarlane, Derek J.F. Brown and John F. Bol (1995)
The transmission by nematodes of tobraviruses is not determined exclusively by the virus coat protein

Journal of General Virology (1995) 76, 1299-1304
S.A. MacFarlane and D.J. Brown (1995)
Sequence comparison of RNA2 of nematode-transmissible and nematode-non- transmissible isolates of Pea early-browning virus suggests that the gene encoding the 29 kDa protein may be involved in nematode transmission

molecular biology - genes (10)

Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions (2006) 19, 1207-1215
Steven A. Whitham, Chunling Yang and Michael M. Goodin (2006)
Global impact: Elucidating plant responses to viral infection

Journal of General Virology (2002) 83, 1771-1775
Evangelos Vellios, Derek J.F. Brown and Stuart A. MacFarlane (2002)
Substitution of a single amino acid in the 2b protein of Pea early-browning virus affects nematode transmission

Journal of General Virology (1999) 80, 2799-2807
Stuart A. MacFarlane (1999)
Molecular biology of the tobraviruses

Journal of General Virology (1998) 79, 1281-1288
Corinne Schmitt, A.M. Mueller, A. Mooney, D. Brown and S. MacFarlane (1998)
Immunological detection and mutational analysis of the RNA2-encoded nematode transmission proteins of pea early browning virus

Phytoparasitica (1997) 25, p. 225 (Taylor et al.)
S.C. Taylor, A. Mooney, S.A. MacFarlane, D. Twell and G.D. Foster (1997)
Investigation of silent plant virus replicons as a mechanism for engineering viral resistance
The Xth International Congress of Virology, August 11-16, 1996, Binyanei haOoma, Jerusalem, Israel, poster

European Journal of Plant Pathology (1995) 101, 535-539
Stuart A. MacFarlane, Derek J.F. Brown and John F. Bol (1995)
The transmission by nematodes of tobraviruses is not determined exclusively by the virus coat protein

Journal of General Virology (1995) 76, 1299-1304
S.A. MacFarlane and D.J. Brown (1995)
Sequence comparison of RNA2 of nematode-transmissible and nematode-non- transmissible isolates of Pea early-browning virus suggests that the gene encoding the 29 kDa protein may be involved in nematode transmission

Journal of General Virology (1994) 75, 1423-1429
S.A. MacFarlane, A. Mathis and J.F. Bol (1994)
Heterologous encapsidation of recombinant pea early browning virus

Journal of General Virology (1991) 72, 1751-1754
M.G. Goulden, G.P. Lomonossoff, K.R. Wood and J.W. Davies (1991)
A model for the generation of Tobacco rattle virus (TRV) anomalous isolates: pea early browning virus RNA-2 acquires TRV sequences from both RNA-1 and RNA-2

Journal of General Virology (1991) 72, 1223-1227
M.G. Johnsen, O.F. Rasmussen, M. Albrechtsen and B. Borkhardt (1991)
In vivo expression of the 29000 Mr protein from RNA-2 of pea early browning tobravirus

review (3)

Molecular Plant Pathology (2010) 11, 577-583
Stuart A. MacFarlane (2010)
Tobraviruses - plant pathogens and tools for biotechnology

Journal of General Virology (1999) 80, 2799-2807
Stuart A. MacFarlane (1999)
Molecular biology of the tobraviruses

Plant Pathology (1996) 45, 13-28
R.E. Boulton (1996)
Pea early-browning tobravirus