Progress in Plant Protection

Aqueous environment as the reservoir of plant viruses
Woda jako środowisko rozprzestrzeniania się wirusów roślin 

Małgorzata Jeżewska, e-mail: m.jezewska@iorpib.poznan.pl

Instytut Ochrony Roślin – Państwowy Instytut Badawczy, Władysława Węgorka 20, 60-318 Poznań, Polska
Streszczenie

Studies on the detection of plant viruses in aqueous environment primarily focused on the natural sources of water, i.e. lakes, rivers and seas. The increasing deficit of water supply at the end of the last century and the necessity of water recycling prompted to analyze its microbiological quality after such process, including virus contamination. On the other hand the development of molecular diagnostic methods enhanced the sensitivity and reliability of the detection. In this paper the present state of knowledge concerning the detection of plant viruses in aqueous environment as well as methods of the virus elimination are reviewed.


Badania dotyczące wykrywania wirusów roślin w środowisku wodnym początkowo koncentrowano na wodach naturalnych, takich jak: jeziora, rzeki, czy morza. Pogłębiający się pod koniec ubiegłego wieku deficyt wody spowodował konieczność wielokrotnego wykorzystywania wody po oczyszczaniu i stosowania obiegów zamkniętych sprzyjających wzrostowi koncentracji wirusów, szczególnie tych, których gospodarzami są rośliny nawadniane. Jednocześnie postęp w rozwoju molekularnych metod diagnostycznych umożliwił lepsze, bardziej precyzyjne i wiarygodne wykrywanie oraz identyfikację wirusów z wody. W niniejszej pracy omówiono aktualny stan wiedzy w zakresie wykrywania i możliwości ograniczania występowania wirusów roślin w środowisku wodnym.


Słowa kluczowe
plant viruses; water; occurrence; detection; risk of infection; virus elimination; wirusy roślin; woda; występowanie; wykrywanie; zagrożenie; eliminacja wirusów
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