Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease

proceedings of a meeting, 20 Mar. 1995, ICRISAT Asia Center

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Statementedited by A.A.M. Buiel, J.E. Parlevliet, and J.M. Lenné.
ContributionsBuiel, A. A. M., International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-arid Tropics.
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Donald P. Weeks, in Progress in Molecular Biology and Translational Science, Important Target Genes in Peanut—As Identified by RNA Interference. Peanuts are an important source of protein and fatty acids in the diets of people in many parts of the world. However, peanut plants are susceptible to numerous plant diseases, fungal infections, and soil nutrition challenges, including. Peanut clump Peanut clump virus: Peanut green mosaic Peanut green mosaic virus: Peanut mottle Peanut mottle virus: Peanut ringspot or bud necrosis Tomato spotted wilt virus: Peanut stripe Peanut stripe virus: Peanut stunt Peanut stunt virus: Peanut yellow mottle Peanut yellow mottle virus: Tomato spotted wilt Tomato spotted wilt virus: Witches Bacterial wilt: Pseudomonas solanacearum. A randomized complete block design with four replications was used. Peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) incidence, PBND score and agronomic data were recorded. Estimates of heritability for PBND score on F2 individual plants were low at 60 days after sowing (DAS) and . Peanut, Arachis hypogaea, is an herbaceous annual plant in the family Fabaceae grown for its oil and edible plants are small, usually erect, thin stemmed plants with feather-like leaves. The leaves are arranged in alternate pairs and have leaf-like attachments near the stalk.

  Damayanti TA, Naidu RA () Identification of Peanut bud necrosis virus and Tomato spotted wilt virus in Indonesia for the first time. New Dis Rep Google Scholar Damayanti TA, Putra LK, Giyanto () Hot water treatment of cutting-cane Author: K. Subramanya Sastry. An analysis of the nucleotide sequence obtained from the peanut sample (FJ) showed 94% sequence identity with corresponding L RNA sequence of a Peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) isolate from India (AF). These results confirm for the first time that two distinct tospoviruses, TSWV and PBNV, occur in by: 5. Peanut bud necrosis virus Peanut yellow spot virus Soybean vein necrosis-associated virus Recent research concludes that thrips can only be infected by tospovirus during the larval phases of development, Cytological studies of TSWV and INSV have shown that these viruses produce granular inclusions in the cytoplasm of infected : Ellioviricetes.   “Progress in breeding groundnut varieties resistant to peanut bud necrosis virus and its vector,” in Recent Studies on Peanut Bud Necrosis Disease: Proceedings of a Meeting, Ma , eds Buiel A. A. M., Parlevliet J. E., Lenne J. M., editors. (Patancheru: International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics/Wageningen Cited by:

“Progress in breeding groundnut varieties resistant to peanut bud necrosis virus and its vector,” in Recent Studies on Peanut Bud Necrosis Disease: Proceedings of a Meeting, eds Buiel A. A. M., Parlevliet J. E., Lenne J. M., editors. (Nairobi: ICRISAT Asia Center;), 35–Cited by: 1. The study revealed that the virus causing bud necrosis in groundnut and tomato in north eastern Karnataka was PBNV. There was no natural infection of PBNV in major weeds prevailing in groundnut fields. Top. Keywords. Peanut bud necrosis disease, groundnut, ELISA. Top Author: Srinivasaraghavan, A. Gururaj Sunkad, Nalini Mallikarjuna, Sudini Harikishan. agent of bud necrosis disease of peanut. S. dorsalis is a new vector of TSWV (13), but it appears to be less efficient than F. schultzei. Other Scirtothrips spp. (S. longipennis (Bagnall), S. citri Moulton, and S. manihoti (Bondar)) have been reported as crop pests from different parts of the world (7). F. schultzei has not previously been. PBND is defined as Peanut Bud Necrosis Disease rarely. Printer friendly. Menu Search. New search features Acronym Blog Free tools Canada: T5A 0A7. What does PBND stand for? PBND stands for Peanut Bud Necrosis Disease. Suggest new definition. This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories.

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Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: Proceedings of a Meeting, 20 MarchICRISAT Asia Center, India. 80 pp. Bud necrosis: a disease of groundnut caused by tomato spotted wilt virus. Although it was earlier reported to be caused by tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV), recently, the causal virus of PBND in India was shown to be a serologically distinct tospovirus, now referred to as peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV), transmitted byThrips palmi.

'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research 'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from onward.

Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from onwards. Full text documents are added when available. Panut Bud Necrosis Disease (PBND) is an important disease of peanut in south & southeast Asia. PBND caused by Peanut Bud Necrosis Virus (PBNV) and transmitted by Thrips Palmi Karny.

PBNV is presumably a distinct member in the genus Tospovirus of. In: Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a Meeting, 20 MarICRISAT Asia Centre, Patancheru, Andhra Pradesh.

Preview. Pages in Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a Meeting, (). Transmission of tomato spotted wilt virus, the causal agent of bud necrosis disease of peanut by Scirtothrips dorsalis and Frankliniella schultzei. Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease.

Proc. Diseases, Pests and Disorders of Plants (General), Plantenziekten, -plagen en -afwijkingen (algemeen) Publisher: ICRISAT [etc.] Year: OAI identifier: oai:library Author: A.A.M.

Buiel, J.E. Parlevliet and J.M. Lenné. In: Buiel AAM, Parlevliet JE, Lenne JM (eds) Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a meeting, 20 MarchICRISAT Asia Center, pp 47–54 5.

De Avila AC, Huguenot C, Resende R de O, Kitajima EW, Goldbach RW, Peters D () Serological differentiation of 20 isolates of tomato spotted wilt by: The studies during M1 indicated that the reduction in survival percentage was higher in Gy dose in all the varieties treated indicating that the reduction in survival percentage was dose dependent.

Gamma irradiation at Gy in R, R and TAG recorded highest mutation frequency indicating that the mutational frequency is depends on the dosage of gamma : A. Srinivasaraghavan, Gururaj Sunkad, Muttanna Revadi, Kalmesh Managanvi. This warrants for search of new sources of resistance to use in country breeding programme.

63 tomato entries consisting of 20 cultivars, 36 genotypes and 7 wild species were screened systematically for resistance to peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) under field conditions. Only one entry, EC showed a highly resistant reaction, while EC.

The current status of research on peanut bud necrosis disease caused by the peanut bud necrosis\ud virus and transmitted by Thrips palmi is reviewed. Recent advances in the genome structure, host\ud range, transmission, and spread of tospoviruses wi t h emphasis on the peanut bud necrosis virus\ud Author: A A M Buiel, J E Parlevliet and J M Lenne.

Peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) caused by Peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) is an economically important virus disease of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in Southern and Southeast Asia (Dwivedi et al., ). PBNV is a distinct tospovirus, which causes disease in major econ-omic crops worldwide, and is transmitted by.

Abstract. Bud necrosis disease (BND), caused by peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) is an important disease of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in s with Thrips palmi, Frankliniella schultzei and Scirtothrips dorsalis showed that only T.

palmi transmitted PBNV.T. palmi acquired the virus as larvae, requiring a 5-min acquisition period, but only transmitted it as by: INTRODUCTION. Since the first occurrence of peanut bud necrosis disease in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) caused by thrips-vectored Peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) in when few infected plants were observed in a hectare, the disease poses a major threat to peanut production in Thailand especially in the dry season (Wongkaew and Chaupong, ).It is the most important virus disease.

Groundnut bud necrosis virus (GBNV) or peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) causes peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) in groundnut belongs to the family Bunyaviridae, the genus Tospovirus.

PBND was first reported in India In recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceeding of a meeting, 20 MarchICRISAT Asia Centre, India, Peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) was first recorded in India in The economic importance of the disease was realized during the late s when incidences up to % were recorded in many.

Results are presented of a study conducted in Raichur, Karnataka, India, during kharif and rabi/summer to investigate the effect of peanut bud necrosis disease (PNBD) on the growth and yield of groundnut at different growth stages.

PNBD is caused by peanut bud necrosis virus vectored by Thrips palmi. Observations were recorded on plant height, number of branches per plant. Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a meeting, 20 MarICRISAT Asia Center Author: A A M Buiel ; J E Parlevliet ; Jillian M Lenné ; International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics.

(TSWV) but based on serological studies it is now referred to as Groundnut Bud Necrosis Virus (GBNV), a distinct genus classified under the family Bunyaviridae, transmitted by Thrips palmi Karny.

(Reddy et al., ). Adults were able to transmit the virus that was acquired only during larval stage (Black, ). Peanut stem necrosis disease.

Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a meeting, 20 MarICRISAT Asia Center Author: A A M Buiel ; J E Parlevliet ; Jillian M Lenné. STUDIES ON BUD BLIGHT DISEASE OF TOMATO CAUSED BY GROUNDNUT BUD NECROSIS VIRUS Thesis submitted to the University of Agricultural Sciences, Dharwad in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of and peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) (Adam et al., ).

Common Names of Plant Diseases D. Morris Porter, primary collator (last update 3/8/93) BACTERIAL DISEASE Bacterial wilt Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith FUNGAL DISEASES Alternaria leaf blight Alternaria tenuissima (Kunze:Fr.) Wiltshire Alternaria leaf.

Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a meeting of international crop research institute for semi-arid tropics (ICRISAT) Asia center, India, p. Diagnosis and Resistance Breeding of Peanut Bud Necrosis Virus D.

Reddy lInternational Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease. AAM. Buiel, J.E. Parlevliet, and J.M. Lenn, eds., ICRISAT, India, Cited by: 4. Pages in Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease: proceedings of a Meeting, 20 MarICRISAT Asia Center, India A.A.M.

Buiel, J.E. Parlevliet, J.M. Lenne (Eds.), PatancheruAndhra Pradesh, India: International Crops Research Institute for the SemiArid Tropics; and P O BoxAJ Wageningen, The Netherlands Author: Amarjeet Kumar Rai, Y.B. Basavaraj, A.T. Sadashiva, M.

Krishna Reddy, K.V. Ravishankar, Zakir Hussai. It was presumed to be caused by peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV), a virus known to be widely distributed in India. Research done recently has shown conclusively that the disease if found to be caused by a totally nee virus.

As a result the disease is named '' Peanut Stem Necrosis'' (PSND) and is caused by an isolate of tobacco streak virus (TVS). Peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) caused by Peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV) is an important disease of peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.) in Thailand especially during the dry season.

Host plant resistance is one of the effective methods to control the disease. 'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research Multi-environment testing for reduced incidence of peanut bud necrosis disease in India.

Author(s) Buiel, Proc. meeting on Recent studies on peanut bud necrosis disease, A.A.M. Buiel et al. (eds.). ICRISAT, India - p. 47 - Department(s) Plant Breeding Cited by: 4. Background and Objective: Groundnut Bud Necrosis Virus (GBNV) (family Bunyaviridae, genus Tospovirus) is an emerging plant viral GBNV was a very broad host range infecting many economically important crops throughout in India.

So the aim of this study is to survey, screening, identification of GBNV infecting onion to know the genetic diversity and compare the sensitivity limit of.

Both localized shading of individual buds or shading entire shoots with neutral shade cloth resulted in a 60% to % increase in the number of buds showing necrosis in Thompson Seedless vines grown under field conditions in Chile.

Primary buds showing necrosis usually did not burst, resulting in either \`blind buds' or \`split buds'. The amount of bud necrosis and bud fruitfulness that Cited by:.

necrosis virus, groundnut bud necrosis disease, groundnut bud necrosis tospovirus, mung bean leaf curl disease, peanut bud necrosis, peanut bud necrosis tospovirus, peanut bud necrosis virus (PBNV).

Type of Pest. Virus. Taxonomic Position. Class: Not assigned, Order: Not assigned, Family: Bunyaviridae. Reason for Inclusion in Manual. Pests File Size: 3MB.Establish and maintain high plant density of groundnut crop.

Intercropping of groundnut with cereals like pearl millet will restrict spread of the virus. Avoid groundnut cultivation adjacent to the crops that are susceptible to bud necrosis, such as green gram or black gram. Stem necrosis (Peanut Sterm Necrosis Disease) General.

Parents and F 8 recombinant inbred lines (RILs) derived from the cross, TAG 24 × ICGV were evaluated for peanut bud necrosis disease (PBND) resistance and agronomic traits under natural infestation of thrips at a disease hotspot location for 2 years.

Significant genotype, environment and genotype × environment interaction effects suggested role of environment in Author: Yashoda Jadhav, Yashoda Jadhav, Surendra S. Manohar, Gururaj Sunkad, Viswanatha P. Kannalli, Manish.