The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses

Judith K Brown, J. Bird, D. R. Frohlich, R. C. Rosell, I. D. Bedford, P. G. Markham

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Abstract

There are measurable differences between whitefly populations from different biogeographic backgrounds. These differences influence the capacity of B. tabaci (Hemiptera: Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) populations to vector WFT geminiviruses and are seen in whitefly host range phenotypes and host preferences that affect the ability and efficiency of whitefly mediated geminivirus transmission to and from certain hosts. Also suggestive of differences between populations are variable levels of fecundity, and that females do not mate with males from (putatively) genetically distinct populations.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationBemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management
EditorsD. Gerling, R.T. Mayer
PublisherIntercept
Pages77-89
Number of pages13
StatePublished - 1996

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Brown, J. K., Bird, J., Frohlich, D. R., Rosell, R. C., Bedford, I. D., & Markham, P. G. (1996). The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses. In D. Gerling, & R. T. Mayer (Eds.), Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management (pp. 77-89). Intercept.

The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses. / Brown, Judith K; Bird, J.; Frohlich, D. R.; Rosell, R. C.; Bedford, I. D.; Markham, P. G.

Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. ed. / D. Gerling; R.T. Mayer. Intercept, 1996. p. 77-89.

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Brown, JK, Bird, J, Frohlich, DR, Rosell, RC, Bedford, ID & Markham, PG 1996, The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses. in D Gerling & RT Mayer (eds), Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. Intercept, pp. 77-89.
Brown JK, Bird J, Frohlich DR, Rosell RC, Bedford ID, Markham PG. The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses. In Gerling D, Mayer RT, editors, Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. Intercept. 1996. p. 77-89
Brown, Judith K ; Bird, J. ; Frohlich, D. R. ; Rosell, R. C. ; Bedford, I. D. ; Markham, P. G. / The relevance of variability within the Bemisia tabaci species complex to epidemics caused by subgroup III geminiviruses. Bemisia: 1995. Taxonomy, biology, damage, control and management. editor / D. Gerling ; R.T. Mayer. Intercept, 1996. pp. 77-89
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