Research on soil-borne plant viruses


Research on soil-borne plant viruses like Indian peanut clump virus or Beet necrotic yellow vein virus. Collection and molecular characterization of viral isolates and their vector, the Plasmodiophorid Polymyxa.


systematics, biogeography, phylogeny, mapping, distribution, taxonomy, systematics and taxonomy, phylogeny and evolution, Systematics and taxonomy, molecular genetics, phylogenetics, Bioinformatics and databases, Culture, agri-, aqua-, sylvi-, etc., Land cover and habitat mapping, GIS, Microbiology, Phylogeny and evolution, Cultivated and artificial habitats, India, West Africa, Senegal, Mali, Niger, Belgium, Netherlands, France, UK, Italy, Hungary, Turkey, Pecluvirus, Benyvirus, Pomovirus, Bymovirus, Furovirus


Name Role Start End
Bragard, Claude promotor


Name Role Start End
Unité de phytopathologie unknown


Reference Role
Bragard, C., Duncan, G.H., Wesley, S.V., Naidu, R.A., Mayo, M.A., 2000. Virus-like particles assemble in plants and bacteria expressing the coat protein gene of Indian peanut clump virus. Journal of General Virology, 81, 267-272. author
Bragard,C., Kantorowicz, J. and M.A. Mayo, 1999. Heterologous expression of the coat protein and P39 genes of Indian peanut clump virus. Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium of the International Working Group on Plant Viruses with Fungal Vectors, J.L. Sherwood and C.M. Rush eds, American society of sugar beet technologist, 89-93. author
Bragard, C., P. Delfosse and J. Weyns, 1999. Detection and identification of Indian peanut clump virus by RT-PCR. Third Symposium of Société Belge de Microbiologie_ Microbial identification : an integrative approach, Leuven, p. 5. author
Doucet, D. and C. Bragard, 1999. A study of a virus-plant-vector interaction. The Indian peanut clump virus transmitted by Polymyxa graminis Ledingham. Third Symposium of Société Belge de Microbiologie _ Microbial identification : an integrative approach, Leuven, p. 13. author
Stas, A., Meunier, A., Schmit, J-F., Marlier, A., S. Styer and C. Bragard, 2001. The Beet soil-borne pomovirus in Belgium and relationship with rhizomania. 53rd International Symposium on Crop Protection, Ghent Belgium. author

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