Key words: Fusarium, Root rot, Phaseolus vulgaris, Host Range
forests because of its extraordinarily wide host range
It may also have a broader host range
and could pose a threat to conifers.
Biological properties include host range
, serologic relationships, pathogenicity, and transmission; replicative properties include nucleic acid replication, transcription, and translation.
Considering that this virus is an intersubtype reassortant and has already caused infection in humans, we believe that complete characterization of the strain in terms of virulence and host range
is of high priority.
However, the parasitoid was considered to have a wide host range
, attacking many Pyralidae-cactus feeding species in Argentina (De Santis 1979; Pemberton & Cordo 2001).
This parasite is considered one of the most successful parasites because it has the greatest geographical and global distribution, and the widest host range
of all helminths.
The bacteriophages used were from the Podoviridae family of bacteriophages and had identical DNA-related RFLP profiles, although they showed a different host range
and replication dynamics.
As compared with other potyviruses, BYMV has a relatively wider host range
The source of infection and the full host range
of this pathogen are areas of active research at Alexander's long-term study site in Botswana.
Separate chapters characterize the life history, host range
, and transmission of tapeworms, roundworms, flukes, and flatworms along with the diagnosis, epidemiology, morbidity, and treatment of food- borne trematodiasis, lymphatic filariasis, schistosomiasis, and trichinosis.
CMV has a world -wide distribution and exists as a variety of isolates that differ in host range
and pathogenicity (Palukaitis et al.