Ishwara Bhat
Ishwara Bhat
Principal Scientist, Indian Institute of Spices Research
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Badnaviruses: The Current Global Scenario
AI Bhat, T Hohn, R Selvarajan
Viruses 8 (6), 17, 2016
Association of a badnavirus in black pepper (Piper nigrum L.) transmitted by mealybug (Ferrisia virgata) in India
AI Bhat, S Devasahayam, YR Sarma, RP Pant
Current science, 1547-1550, 2003
Rapid detection of Piper yellow mottle virus and Cucumber mosaic virus infecting black pepper (Piper nigrum) by loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP)
AI Bhat, A Siljo, KP Deeshma
Journal of Virological Methods 193 (1), 190-196, 2013
Occurrence ofCucumber mosaic virus on vanilla (Vanilla planifolia Andrews) in India
R Madhubala, V Bhadramurthy, AI Bhat, PS Hareesh, ST Retheesh, ...
Journal of Biosciences 30 (3), 339-350, 2005
Serological and coat protein sequence studies suggest that necrosis disease on sunflower in India is caused by a strain of Tobacco streak ilarvirus
AI Bhat, RK Jain, A Kumar, M Ramiah, A Varma
Archives of virology 147 (3), 651-658, 2002
Reaction of Lycopersicon cultivars and wild accessions to tomato leaf curl virus
V Muniyappa, SH Jalikop, AK Saikia, G Shivashankar, AI Bhat, ...
Euphytica 56 (1), 37-41, 1991
Virus resistant transgenic plants for environmentally safe management of viral diseases
A Varma, RK Jain, AI Bhat
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2002
Nucleocapsid protein gene sequence studies suggest that soybean bud blight is caused by a strain of Groundnut bud necrosis virus
AI Bhat, RK Jain, A Varma, SK Lal
Current Science, 1389-1392, 2002
Detection of Tobacco streak virus from sunflower and other crops by reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction
AI Bhat, RK Jain, M Ramiah
Indian Phytopathology 55 (2), 216-218, 2002
Sodium sulphite enhances RNA isolation and sensitivity of Cucumber mosaic virus detection by RT-PCR in black pepper
S Siju, R Madhubala, AI Bhat
Journal of virological methods 141 (1), 107-110, 2007
Sequence conservation in the coat protein gene of tobacco streak virus isolates causing necrosis disease in cotton, mung bean, sunflower and sunn-hemp in India
AI Bhat, RK Jain, V Chaudhary, MK Reddy, M Ramiah, SN Chattannavar, ...
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2002
Phylogenetic studies of tospoviruses (Family: Bunyaviridae) based on intergenic region sequences of small and medium genomic RNAs
SS Pappu, AI Bhat, HR Pappu, CM Deom, AK Culbreath
Archives of virology 145 (5), 1035-1045, 2000
Partial characterization of an isometric virus causing sunflower necrosis disease
M Ramiah, AI Bhat, RK Jain, RP Pant, YS Ahlawat, K Prabhakar, A Varma
Indian Phytopathology 54 (2), 246-250, 2001
Tospovirus (es) infecting grain legumes in Delhi–their identification by serology and nucleic acid hybridization
AI Bhat, RK Jain, A Varma
Indian Phytopathology, 2012
Isolation of an isometric virus causing sunflower necrosis disease in India
M Ramiah, AI Bhat, RK Jain, RP Pant, YS Ahlawat, K Prabhakar, A Varma
Plant Disease 85 (4), 443-443, 2001
Development, characterization and cross species amplification of polymorphic microsatellite markers from expressed sequence tags of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.)
S Siju, K Dhanya, S Syamkumar, B Sasikumar, TE Sheeja, AI Bhat, ...
Molecular biotechnology 44 (2), 140-147, 2010
Development of a single-tube multiplex RT–PCR for the simultaneous detection of Cucumber mosaic virus and Piper yellow mottle virus associated with stunt disease of black pepper
AI Bhat, S Siju
Current Science, 973-976, 2007
Nucleocapsid protein gene sequence studies confirm that potato stem necrosis disease is caused by a strain of Groundnut bud necrosis virus
RK Jain, SM Paul Khurana, AI Bhat, V Chaudhary
Mungbean necrosis disease caused by a strain of Groundnut bud necrosis virus
HX Thien, AI Bhat, RK Jain
Indian Phytopathology 56 (1), 54-60, 2003
Biological and molecular characterization of a Tospovirus isolate from tomato and its relationship with other Tospoviruses
K Umamaheswaran, RK Jain, AI Bhat, YS Ahlawat
Indian Phytopathology 56 (2), 168-173, 2003
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