This volume of Advances in Virus Research focuses on mycoviruses. The authors and reviews represent the most current and cutting-edge research in the field. A broad range of research is presented from research experts.

Key Features

Key features:

* Contributions from leading authorities
* Informs and updates on all the latest developments in the field


Virologists, microbiologists and infectious diseases specialists.

Table of Contents

  1. Vegetable Crops in the Mediterranean Basin with an Overview of Virus Resistance
    Michel PITRAT
  2. Major Tomato Viruses in the Mediterranean Basin
    I. M. Hanssen and M. Lapidot
  3. Viruses of Cucurbit Crops in the Mediterranean Region: An Ever-Changing Picture
    Hervé Lecoq and Cécile Desbiez
  4. Viruses of Pepper Crops in the Mediterranean Basin: A Remarkable Stasis.
    B. Moury and E. Verdin
  5. VIRUSES of the Genus ALLIUM in the Mediterranean Region
    Nikolaos I. Katis, Varvara I. Maliogka and Chrysostomos I. Dovas
  6. Viruses of Potato
    Gad Loebenstein and Victor Gaba
  7. Virus Diseases in Lettuce in the Mediterranean Basin
    Aranzazu Moreno and Alberto Fereres
  8. Viruses in Artichoke
    Donato Gallitelli, Tiziana Mascia, Giovanni P. Martelli
  9. Viruses in Sweetpotato
    Gad Loebenstein
  10. Viruses of Asparagus
    Laura Tomassoli, Antonio Tiberini and Heinrich-Josef Vetten
  11. Virus Diseases of Peas, Beans and Faba Bean in the Mediterranean Region
    Khaled Makkouk, Hanu Pappu and Safaa G. Kumari
  12. Tospoviruses in the Mediterranean Area
    Massimo Turina, Luciana Tavella and Marina Ciuffo
  13. Cucumber Mosaic Virus
    Mireille Jacquemond
  14. Pepino Mosaic Virus and Tomato Torrado Virus: Two Emerging Viruses Affecting Tomato Crops in the Mediterranean Basin
    P. Gómez, R.N. Sempere and M.A. Aranda
  15. Control Methods of Virus Diseases in the Mediterranean Basin
    Y. Antignus


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