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Research Project: Mitigating High Consequence Domestic, Exotic, and Emerging Diseases of Fruits, Vegetables, and Ornamentals

Location: Subtropical Plant Pathology Research

Title: World management of geminiviruses

item ROJAS, MARIA - University Of California, Davis
item MACEDO, MONICA - University Of California, Davis
item MALIANO, MINOR - University Of California, Davis
item SOTO-AGUILAR, MARIA - University Of California, Davis
item SOUZA, JULIANA - University Of California, Davis
item BRIDDON, ROB - John Innes Center
item KENYON, LAWRENCE - The World Vegetable Center (AVRDC) - Taiwan
item RIVERA BUSTAMANTE, RAFAEL - Centro De Investigacion
item ZERBINI, MURILO - Universidade Federal De Vicosa
item Adkins, Scott
item LEGG, JAMES - International Institute For Tropical Agriculture
item KVARNHEDEN, ANDERS - Uppsala University
item Wintermantel, William - Bill
item Sudarshana, Mysore
item PETERSCHMITT, MICHAEL - Cirad, France
item LAPIDOT, MOSHE - Agricultural Research Organization, Volcani Center
item MARTIN, DARREN - University Of Cape Town
item MORIONES, ENRIQUE - Instituto De Hortofruticultura Subtropical Y Mediterranea La Mayora
item INOUE-NAGATA, ALICE - Embrapa
item GILBERTSON, ROBERT - University Of California, Davis

Submitted to: Annual Review of Phytopathology
Publication Type: Peer Reviewed Journal
Publication Acceptance Date: 8/17/2018
Publication Date: 8/29/2018
Citation: Rojas, M.R., Macedo, M.A., Maliano, M.R., Soto-Aguilar, M., Souza, J.O., Briddon, R.W., Kenyon, L.A., Rivera Bustamante, R.F., Zerbini, M.F., Adkins, S.T., Legg, J.P., Kvarnheden, A., Wintermantel, W.M., Sudarshana, M.R., Peterschmitt, M., Lapidot, M., Martin, D.P., Moriones, E., Inoue-Nagata, A.K., Gilbertson, R.L. 2018. World management of geminiviruses. Annual Review of Phytopathology. 56:637-677.

Interpretive Summary: Geminiviruses are important pathogens of many economic crops worldwide. The variety of cropping systems impacted and diverse vectors necessitates integrated management strategies. This book chapter provides an overview of the current management options for this diverse group of pathogens.

Technical Abstract: Geminiviruses remain among the most devastating plant viruses worldwide, and impact economically important crops in all agricultural production areas. Although these viruses, the hosts infected and the vectors responsible for transmission are quite diverse, a number of unifying themes emerge upon closer inspection. This book chapter analyzes these unifying themes for use in management of geminiviruses.