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Title: ‘Recovery’ from apple proliferation disease: an integrated approach.
Authors: Musetti, Rita
Paolacci, Anna Rita
Ciaffi, Mario
Tanzarella, Oronzo A.
Polizzotto, Rachele
Tubaro, Franco
Mizzau, Michela
Ermacora, Paolo
Badiani, Maurizio
Osler, Ruggero
Keywords: Phytoplasm
Apple
Recovery
Fitoplasma
Melo
Risanamento
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Musetti, R. et al. 2009. ‘Recovery’ from apple proliferation disease: an integrated approach. In: Bertaccini A., Amparo L., Torres E. (eds). COST Action FA0807. Integrated Management of Phytoplasma Epidemics in Different Crop Systems. Current status and perspectives of phytoplasma disease research and management. Abstract book of the combined meeting of Work Groups. (Sitges, Spain February 1st and 2nd 2010) (1-4):89
Abstract: Recovery is the spontaneous remission, sometimes permanent, from disease symptoms. Phytoplasmas surviving in the roots are not able to recolonise the plant crown. The causes that induce recovery remain still unknown and its physiological bases are poorly understood. In this research the modifications in the phloem tissue related to recovery-induced resistance in apple have been investigated through ultrastructural, chemical, cytochemical and gene expression analyses of leaf tissues from re
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2067/1620
ISBN: 13: 978-84-692-98916
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