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Polymyxa graminis and the cereal viruses it transmits: a research challenge

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Polymyxa graminis and the cereal viruses it transmits : a research challenge. / Kanyuka, K.; Ward, Elaine; Adams, M. J. .

In: Molecular Plant Pathology, Vol. 4, No. 5, 09.2003, p. 393-406.

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Kanyuka, K. ; Ward, Elaine ; Adams, M. J. . / Polymyxa graminis and the cereal viruses it transmits : a research challenge. In: Molecular Plant Pathology. 2003 ; Vol. 4, No. 5. pp. 393-406.

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abstract = "Polymyxa graminis is a eukaryotic obligate biotrophic parasite of plant roots that belongs to a poorly studied discrete taxonomic unit informally called the 'plasmodiophorids'. P. graminis is nonpathogenic, but has the ability to acquire and transmit a range of plant viruses which cause serious diseases in cereal crop species and result in significant yield reductions. The viruses are protected from the environment within A graminis resting spores ('cysts') that may remain dormant but viable for decades (probably until a suitable host plant is encountered). The persistent, soilborne nature of these diseases makes the use of virus-resistant crop varieties currently the only practical and environmentally friendly means of control.",
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