Extended Abstracts from Past ICVG Meetings

Proceedings from Davis (California USA) 7-11 September 1965 meeting.

Document Number of Pages
Preface 16
Part II. Virus-host Interactions. Effects of nutrition on virus-host interaction and virus on host nutrition 2
Part II. Virus-host Interactions. Effects of multiple viruses on host plants, immunity and synergistic reactions 17
Part III. The bionomics of specific vectors of plant viruses. Xylem viruses and their insect vectors. 9
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Pierce's disease of the grapevine. 9
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Reactions of host plants to flavescence doree virus. 10
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Reaction of grapevines to leafroll virus. 4
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Anatomical effects of the leafroll virus in Vitis vinifera L. (Abstract) 1
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. The fanleaf virus: reaction of grapevine and other experimental hosts infected by fanleaf viruses in different transmission ways. 12
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. The reaction of grapevines and herbaceous plants to grapevine yellow vein virus. 8
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Grapevine asteroid mosaic. 8
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Corky bark, a tumor-inducing virus of grapevines 3
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Tomato black ring virus on grapevines 3
Part IV. The reactions of host plants to specific viruses. Further observations on legno riccio (rugnose wood), a graft-transmissible stem-pitting of grapevine. 12
Formal Discussion Session. Isolation, purification, and identification of viruses of Vitis. 15
Part III. The bionomics of specific vectors of plant viruses. Nematode vectors. 8
Part III. The bionomics of specific vectors of plant viruses. Phloem feeding insect vectors (with special reference to Scaphoideus littoralis Ball vector of the flavescence doree 10
Part III. The bionomics of specific vectors of plant viruses. Responses to Vitis to insect vector feeding. 9
Part III. The bionomics of specific vectors of plant viruses. Recent progress in the study of insect vector-plant virus relationships 11
Part I. Vitis, a host plant for virus-host and water interactions. Ontogeny of Vitis: origin of clonal types 9
Part I. Vitis, a host plant for virus-host and water interactions. Physiological responses to Vitis to environmental factors 10
Part II. Virus-host Interactions. The study of plant viruses in host cells by thin sectioning for electron microscopy 17
Part II. Virus-host Interactions. Anatomical and functional responses of plants to virus infection 18
Formal Discussion Session. Serology of plant viruses. 18
Formal Discussion Session. Application of serology to the study of viruses of Vitis. 12
Formal Discussion Session. Identification of viruses in clonally propagated plants having one or more viruses. 25
Formal Discussion Session. Biochemical aspects of virus inhibitors in vivo and in vitro. 8
Formal Discussion Session. Inactivation of grapevine viruses in vivo. 11
Formal Discussion Session. Ecological problems of maintaining virus-free plants. 5
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Some observations on endocellular cordons (trabeculae) in fanleaf-affected grapevines 11
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Observation and detection by flourescence microscopy of the internal symptoms in tissues of flavescence doree-diseased grapes. 5
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Shoot necrosis of Vitis vinifera L. Razaki, a virus-like disease 6
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Enation disease of grapevine in Italy. 14
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Frequent occurence of grapevine leafroll in Lombardia, Northern Italy 5
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Research on virus diseases of grapevines in Hungary. 8
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Tissue culture as a possible means to healthier grape propagation material. 5
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Mechanical inoculation of grape yellow mosaic virus from grape to dark-grown light-treated grape 4
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Use of the fluorocarbon Freon 113 for purification of plant viruses 2
Preliminary results of heat-treated of virus-infected grapevines. 7
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Selection in some grape districts of Italy 5
Contributed Papers - Session 1. Aphids in vineyards and their importance for transmission of virus diseases in the region of vineyards* 5
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Research on the natural spread of soil-borne virus diseases of grapevines in the Italian environment 6
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Research on the occurence of Xiphinema index and other nematodes in some grapevine districts 4
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Population fluctuation of Xiphinema index in an Italian grapevine area 5
Contributed Papers - Session 2. The distribution of Xiphinema index Thorne and Allen in some Apulian vineyards 11
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Xiphinema americanum, a vector of grape yellow vein virus 1
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Practical value of Chenopodium inoculation and gel-diffusion serological tests for identifying court-noue virus-infected grapevines 8
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Comparison of grape indicators and herbaceous hosts in detecting grape soil-borne viruses 7
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Studies in Italian and Greek Isolates of grapevine fanleaf virus 13
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Host range and properties of a virus associated with Hungarian grapevines showing macroscopic symptoms of fanleaf and yellow mosaic 13
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Preliminary report on the purification and serology of a virus associated with Hungarian grapevines showing macroscopic symptoms of fanleaf and yellow mosaic 9
Contributed Papers - Session 2. Purification of South African isolates of grapevine fanleaf virus by zone eletrophoresis 7

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