MOLECULAR METHODS FOR DETECTION AND QUANTITATION OF VIRUS IN APHIDS

  • Mariano Cambra
  • Edson Bertolini
  • Antonio Olmos
  • Nieves Capote
Conference paper

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4020-5298-9_7

Part of the NATO Security through Science Series book series
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Cambra M., Bertolini E., Olmos A., Capote N. (2006) MOLECULAR METHODS FOR DETECTION AND QUANTITATION OF VIRUS IN APHIDS. In: Cooper I., Kühne T., Polishchuk V.P. (eds) Virus Diseases and Crop Biosecurity. NATO Security through Science Series. Springer, Dordrecht

Abstract

Following the introduction of a hitherto uncommon or wholly novel virus into a crop it is necessary to do three things: to identify the target, to manage spread, and (ideally) to eliminate sources of inoculum. Here, we have contrasted a number of approaches that have value for these purposes. In any geographic region (whether “developing” or “developed”) it is crucial to be prepared for the unexpected and to have developed a range of technologies that enable these objectives to be addressed.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mariano Cambra
  • Edson Bertolini
  • Antonio Olmos
  • Nieves Capote

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