Natural and induced barley e1F4E gene mutants provide resistance to bymoviruses: a conserved antiviral resistance mechanism in plants

C2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences

Kanyuka, K., Druka, A., Caldwell, D. G., Tymon, A., Mccallum, N., Waugh, R. and Adams, M. J. 2005. Natural and induced barley e1F4E gene mutants provide resistance to bymoviruses: a conserved antiviral resistance mechanism in plants. Abstracts 6th Symposium International Working Group on Plant Viruses with Fungal Vectors (IWGPVFV), Bologna, 5-7 September 2005 .

AuthorsKanyuka, K., Druka, A., Caldwell, D. G., Tymon, A., Mccallum, N., Waugh, R. and Adams, M. J.
TypeC2 - Non-edited contributions to conferences
Year of Publication2005
Funder project or code505
Characterisation of plant -virus- vector relationships, with particular respect to transmission by plasmodiophorids

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