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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

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Virus-host interactions of tomato yellow ring virus, a new tospovirus from Iran [PhD thesis]
Hassani-Mehraban, A. \ 2008
tospovirus - bunyaviridae - identification - host plants - host parasite relationships - iran - plant-microbe interactions
Strategies underlying RNA silencing suppression by negative strand RNA viruses [PhD thesis]
Hemmes, H. \ 2007
rna - virology - gene expression - rna viruses
Towards understanding TSWW particle assembly: analysis of the intracellular behavior of the viral structural proteins [PhD thesis]
Ribeiro, D. \ 2007
tomato spotted wilt virus - cells - plants - insects - cellular biology - viral proteins
Diversity and host interactions of emerging tomato begomoviruses in Brazil [PhD thesis]
Ribeiro, S.G. \ 2006
solanum lycopersicum - tomatoes - geminiviridae - tomato golden mosaic virus - plant viruses - host parasite relationships - brazil - bean golden mosaic virus
Improving and assessing viral vectors for recombinant protein production in plants [PhD thesis]
Lacorte, C. \ 2006
plants - recombinant proteins - genetic vectors - gene expression - potato virus x - Tobacco mosaic virus - marker genes - recombinant vaccines
Antiviral RNA silencing viral counter defense in plants [PhD thesis]
Bucher, E. \ 2006
transgenic plants - rna - interference - plant viruses - disease resistance - gene expression - antiviral properties - rna viruses
Tomato spotted wilt virus particle assembly : studying the role of the structural proteins in vivo [PhD thesis]
Snippe, M. \ 2006
solanum lycopersicum - tomatoes - tomato spotted wilt virus - tospovirus - viral proteins - viral regulatory proteins - glycoproteins - fluorescence microscopy - genomics
On the vaccination of shrimp against white spot syndrome virus [PhD thesis]
Witteveldt, J. \ 2006
shrimps - animal viruses - viral diseases - dna binding proteins - vaccination - immune response - virology - immunology - shellfish culture
Genomics and transcriptomics of White spot syndrome virus [PhD thesis]
Marks, H. \ 2005
shrimps - penaeus monodon - animal viruses - transcription - genomes - genomics
Study of the pathosystem Begomovirus /Bemisia tabaci/ tomato on the South West Islands of the Indian Ocean [PhD thesis]
Delatte, H. \ 2005
solanum lycopersicum - tomatoes - tomato yellow leaf curl virus - plant viruses - insect pests - bemisia tabaci - disease vectors - disease transmission - madagascar - mauritius - comoros - seychelles - reunion
Novel insights in the transmission of rice yellow mottle virus in irrigated rice [PhD thesis]
Sarra, S. \ 2005
oryza sativa - rice - rice yellow mottle virus - disease transmission - disease vectors - africa
Analysis of tomato spotted wilt virus genome transcription [PhD thesis]
Knippenberg, I.C. van \ 2005
tomato spotted wilt virus - plant viruses - genomes - transcription
Mechanisms underlying Cowpea mosaic virus systemic infection [PhD thesis]
Silva, M.S. \ 2004
cowpea mosaic virus - coat proteins - vigna unguiculata - movement - plant viruses - disease resistance
Probing behaviour of thrips : behavioural study on the feeding of western flower thrips related to tomato spotted wilt virus transmission and host plant susceptibility [PhD thesis]
Kindt, F. \ 2004
frankliniella occidentalis - insect pests - feeding behaviour - tomato spotted wilt virus - disease transmission - host plants - disease resistance
Evaluation of thrips resistance in pepper to control Tomato spotted wilt virus infection [PhD thesis]
Maris, P. \ 2004
capsicum annuum - pest resistance - insect pests - frankliniella occidentalis - thrips - vector control - tomato spotted wilt virus - sweet peppers
Functional analysis of a novel baculovirus envelope fusion protein [PhD thesis]
Westenberg, M. \ 2004
nuclear polyhedrosis viruses - baculovirus - baculoviridae - cell fusion - proteins - endocytosis - genes - gene expression
Molecular mechanisms in baculovirus defective interference: keys for improved recombinant protein expression [PhD thesis]
Pijlman, G.P. \ 2003
baculovirus - insect viruses - viral interference - deletions - molecular genetics
The Cowpea mosaic virus movement protein: analysis of its interactions with viral and host proteins [PhD thesis]
Carvalho, C.M. \ 2003
cowpea mosaic virus - plant viruses - pathogenesis-related proteins - coat proteins - interactions - plant proteins
Development of a novel subunit vaccine against East Coast fever based on the Theileria parva sporozoite surface protein p67 [PhD thesis]
Kaba, S.A. \ 2003
theileria parva - cattle - protozoal infections - sporozoites - surface antigens - vaccine development - infectious diseases
Occurrence of cucumber mosaic virus in ornamental plants and perspectives of transgenic control [PhD thesis]
Chen, Y.K. \ 2003
ornamental plants - plant viruses - cucumber mosaic virus - induced resistance - disease resistance - genetic engineering - transgenic plants
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