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The source plant for phytoplasmas in the Israeli vineyards is still a mystery
Year:
2015
Source of publication :
Phytopathogenic Mollicutes
Authors :
אורבך, דוד
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.
וינטראוב, פיליס
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.
זהבי, תרצה
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מוואסי, מוניר
;
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Volume :
5
Co-Authors:

 

Yelin Mery Dafny, Brudoley Rima, Barkai Roni Shachar - Golan Research Institute, Katzrin, Israel

Sharon Rakefet, Tomer Maor, Sofer-Arad Carmit - MIGAL - Northern Research & Development, Kiryat Shmona, Israel

Naor ered -  Ohalo College, Katzrin, Israel

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From page:
73
To page:
74
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Total pages:
2
)
Abstract:

the fact that phytoplasma could not be detected in Vitex agnus-castus which is the preferred host of the insect vector, suggested that other plant species are involved. Israeli vineyards and surroundings were surveyed. Samples from grapevines, wild and cultivated species were analysed. To confirm the presence of phytoplasma, DNA was extracted and amplified using general phytoplasma ribosomal primers and specific tub primers. Phytoplasma tuf-type was identified by PCR/RFLP analyses. The results show that “stolbur” phytoplasma tuf-type b is the only type that was detected in symptomatic grapevines but it was not detected in any other plant species that was sampled. In V. agnus-castus, Convolvulus, Urtica and Crepis, considered as potential host plants, peanut witches’ broom (16SrII) or pigeon pea witches’ broom (16SrIX) related phytoplasmas were detected in 2.8–23% of the samples. Consequently, the source plant for “stolbur” phytoplasma in vineyards remains unknown.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Convolvulus
Grapevine
host plant
Phytoplasma
species
Vitex agnus-castus
wild plant
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DOI :
10.5958/2249-4677.2015.00031.6
Article number:
0
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גוגל סקולר
Publication Type:
תקציר
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Language:
אנגלית
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Yelin Mery Dafny, Brudoley Rima, Barkai Roni Shachar - Golan Research Institute, Katzrin, Israel

Sharon Rakefet, Tomer Maor, Sofer-Arad Carmit - MIGAL - Northern Research & Development, Kiryat Shmona, Israel

Naor ered -  Ohalo College, Katzrin, Israel

The source plant for phytoplasmas in the Israeli vineyards is still a mystery

the fact that phytoplasma could not be detected in Vitex agnus-castus which is the preferred host of the insect vector, suggested that other plant species are involved. Israeli vineyards and surroundings were surveyed. Samples from grapevines, wild and cultivated species were analysed. To confirm the presence of phytoplasma, DNA was extracted and amplified using general phytoplasma ribosomal primers and specific tub primers. Phytoplasma tuf-type was identified by PCR/RFLP analyses. The results show that “stolbur” phytoplasma tuf-type b is the only type that was detected in symptomatic grapevines but it was not detected in any other plant species that was sampled. In V. agnus-castus, Convolvulus, Urtica and Crepis, considered as potential host plants, peanut witches’ broom (16SrII) or pigeon pea witches’ broom (16SrIX) related phytoplasmas were detected in 2.8–23% of the samples. Consequently, the source plant for “stolbur” phytoplasma in vineyards remains unknown.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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