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  • Sequence-, tissue-, and delivery-specific targeting of RNA during post-transcriptional gene silencing

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, D.L. Beck, R.L.S. Forster, E. Balmori-Melian, R.M. MacDiarmid
    Journal
    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
    Year
    2002
    Transgenic Nicotiana benthamiana plants expressing an untranslatable version of the coat protein (CP) gene from the Tamarillo mosaic virus (TaMV) were either resistant to TaMV infection or recovered f... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Dark green islands in plant virus infection are the result of posttranscriptional gene silencing

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, P.W. Sutherland, R.L.S. Forster, R.M. MacDiarmid, C.J. Moore
    Journal
    Molecular Plant-Microbe Interactions
    Year
    2001
    Dark green islands (DGIs) are a common symptom of plants systemically infected with a mosaic virus. DGIs are clusters of green leaf cells that are free of virus but surrounded by yellow, virus-infecte... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Detection of phormium yellow leaf phytoplasma in New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax) using nested PCRs

    Authors
    Richard C. Gardner, P.W. Sutherland, M.T. Andersen, R.E. Beever, A.C. Gilman, L.W. Liefting, E. Balmori, D.L. Beck, G.T. Bryan, R.L.S. Forster
    Journal
    Plant Pathology
    Year
    1998
    A reliable diagnostic method was developed for use in studying the relationship between phormium yellow leaf disease of New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax) and its associated phytoplasma (phormium yello... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE