Plant viruses are of considerable interest to the science of biology, and their study has contributed significantly to the elucidation of several mysteries of traditional and molecular biology.
Table of Contents
Section 1: The Diseased Plant 1. Economic Considerations G.N. Agrios 2. Pathophysiological Alterations K.R. Wood 3. Pathogenesis-Related Proteins O.P. Sehgal and F. Mohammed Section 2: Viruses as Pathogens 3. Virus Transport in Plants C.L. Mandahar and I.D. Garg 5. Variability of Plant Viruses C.L. Mandahar 6. Genetic Basis of Host Specificity of Plant Viruses J.E. Schoelz 7. Aphid Transmission of Plant Viruses K.F. Harris 8. Virus Transmission C.L. Mandahar 9. Spatiotemporal Determinants in Plant Virus Epidemics: Development of a Conceptual Model S.M. Gray Section 3: Disease Control 10. Disease Management C.L. Mandahar, S.M. Paul Khurana, and I.D. Garg 11. Tissue Culture R. Stace-Smith 12 Disease Resistance Mechanisms R.S.S. Fraser 13. Genetically Engineered Resistance: Transgenic Plants Cynthia Hemenway at al.