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Asian Journal of Biological Sciences
  Year: 2012 | Volume: 5 | Issue: 6 | Page No.: 273-293
DOI: 10.3923/ajbs.2012.273.293
 
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Current Status of Geminivirus in India: RNAi Technology, A Challenging Cure
Avinash Marwal, Rajneesh Prajapat, Anurag Kumar Sahu and R.K. Gaur

Abstract:
Geminivirus are a large diverse family of plant viruses that infect a broad variety of plants and cause significant loss to Agricultural crops and ornamental plants in India. The vector white fly is the carrier of these viruses. This review focuses on the current status of Geminivirus in India and research related to it. Researches being carried out on Geminivirus include their molecular characterization, serological and computational characterization. Many costly measures in controlling the infections and increasing the crop yield have been applied. A cost effective appraise against these viruses is the relevance of RNAi Technology. RNAi is a challenging approach in which an interference RNA molecule put a check halt on the multiplication of Begomovirus in plants through its ability to form a Dicer complex.
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How to cite this article:

Avinash Marwal, Rajneesh Prajapat, Anurag Kumar Sahu and R.K. Gaur, 2012. Current Status of Geminivirus in India: RNAi Technology, A Challenging Cure. Asian Journal of Biological Sciences, 5: 273-293.

DOI: 10.3923/ajbs.2012.273.293

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=ajbs.2012.273.293

COMMENTS
22 December, 2012
shubham raut:
my father has chilli farms in dahanu which lies in thane dist
we have our chilli plants infected by geminivirus please help us with a solution
24 December, 2012
Avinash Marwal:

Dear Shubham raut, use fresh upper layer of curd or butter milk and mix with equal quantity of water and spray it on the fields plant. though it would cure the disease upto a certain level but not fully but it will stop further geminivirus infection upto a certain level Good luck

26 December, 2012
Rajneesh Prajapat:

Dear Shubham raut, use fresh upper layer of curd or butter milk [chach] and mix with equal quantity of water and spray it on the fields plant. though it would cure the disease upto a certain level but not fully but it will stop further geminivirus infection upto a certain level Good luck

27 December, 2012
shubham raut:
but how can u spray such alarge amount of buttermilk layer with water in 6 acres of land will it really help

is nt there any kind of pesticide herbicide and such thing which would help us
 
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