volume 165, issue 2-3, P138-147 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12631
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Nathalie Kristine Prado Maluta, Alberto Fereres, João Roberto Spotti Lopes

Abstract: Abstract Virus infection may change not only the host‐plant phenotypic (morphological and physiological) characteristics, but can also modify the behavior of their insect vector in a mutualistic or rather antagonistic manner, to promote their spread to new hosts. Viruses differ in their modes of transmission and depend on vector behavior for successful spread. Here, we investigated the effects of the semi‐persistently transmitted Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV, Crinivirus) and the persistent circulative Tomato …

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