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C I C L Y Re: LY info needed

Pandanus spp

Mycoplasmalike bodies were associated with phloem degeneration in
declining Pandanus in Florida (Thomas & Donselman, 1979) and
phytoplasma were subsequently confirmed by RFLP analysis (Harrison &
Oropeza, 1997).

Thomas, D.L. & Donselman, H.M. (1979) Mycoplasmalike bodies and
phloem degeneration associated with declining Pandanus in Florida.
Plant Dis. Reptr. 63, 911-916.

Harrison, N.A. & Oropeza, C.O. (1997) Recent advances in diagnosis and
detection of lethal yellowing in the Americas. In: SJ Eden-Green & F
Ofori (eds) Proc. Int. Wkshp. LY-Like Diseases of Coconut, Elmina,
Ghana. pp.

But I don't know if the species was named.

--- In CICLY@yahoogroups.com, "John" <redland@...> wrote:
> Hugh,
> Thanks for the input. In some of my research on the host plants I
read that
> LY not only affects palms but also pandanus is this just P. utilis
or all
> pandanus? Also that the symptoms vary from host to host. Any links that
> anyone has as to how the symptoms are displayed on the different species
> susceptible to LY would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks,
> John

Wed Mar 7, 2007 5:48 pm

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In order to export plants I need a Phyto Cirt. The USDA is telling me that the only way they can issue one is if we get an import permit form the country we...
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John In your first point you should refer to LY as a "phytoplasma", not a "protoplasm". In the second point you might add words to the effect that "although in...
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Bob, Thanks for the information. I had no idea the United Nations set the rules or that the International Plant Protection Convention even existed. I would ...
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Dear John, Each country should set its import conditions based upon the international standard for pest risk analysis. Many countries have not done this, or...
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Pandanus spp Mycoplasmalike bodies were associated with phloem degeneration in declining Pandanus in Florida (Thomas & Donselman, 1979) and phytoplasma were...
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Hello Hugh, The Pandanus species is Pandanus utilis Nigel ... From: hugh.harries To: CICLY@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wednesday, March 07, 2007 12:48 PM Subject: C...
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It was Pandanus utilis, a species native to Madagascar and very common in cultivation in Florida. Henry Dr. Henry Donselman, Palm Specialist Visit:...
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Dear John The IPPC has been around since 1952 :-D and it is the international framework in which all phytosanitary measures (used to be called quarantine ...
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Mar 8, 2007
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Dave Many thanks for your detailed answer about the IPPC. Can I ask if there is any legal or formal obligation for government phytosanitary authorities to...
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