His scientific interests lie mostly in Virology, Alphasatellite, Begomovirus, Leaf curl and DNA. As a member of one scientific family, Peter G. Markham mostly works in the field of Virology, focusing on Open reading frame and, on occasion, Ageratum. In his research, Geminiviridae is intimately related to Satellite DNA, which falls under the overarching field of Alphasatellite.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Leaf curl, Satellite are connected with Host plants, Nucleotide and Nucleic acid and other disciplines. His DNA research is under the purview of Genetics. The various areas that Peter G. Markham examines in his Plant virus study include Larva and Instar.
His primary areas of investigation include Virology, Virus, Plant virus, Begomovirus and Botany. His Virology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Genetics, Gene and DNA. His Virus study combines topics in areas such as Open reading frame and Mutant.
He interconnects Transmission, Lycopersicon, Digitaria and Genetic diversity in the investigation of issues within Plant virus. Peter G. Markham combines subjects such as Satellite DNA, Ageratum conyzoides, Leaf curl and Ageratum with his study of Begomovirus. His studies deal with areas such as Zoology and Species complex as well as Botany.
Peter G. Markham mostly deals with Begomovirus, Virology, Plant virus, Leaf curl and Geminiviridae. His work deals with themes such as Open reading frame and DNA, which intersect with Begomovirus. His Virology research includes elements of Satellite DNA and Ageratum.
His study of Alphasatellite is a part of Leaf curl. The concepts of his Geminiviridae study are interwoven with issues in Iteron, Host and Mastrevirus. His work focuses on many connections between Host and other disciplines, such as Maize streak virus, that overlap with his field of interest in Botany.
His primary areas of study are Alphasatellite, Begomovirus, Virology, Satellite DNA and Leaf curl. His study looks at the relationship between Alphasatellite and fields such as DNA, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. Peter G. Markham works in the field of Virology, focusing on Geminiviridae in particular.
His Satellite DNA research incorporates elements of Nicotiana benthamiana, Intergenic region, African cassava mosaic virus, Indian cassava mosaic virus and Polymerase chain reaction. His Leaf curl study incorporates themes from Satellite and Phylogenetic tree. In general Genetics study, his work on Virus, Maize streak virus and Genome often relates to the realm of Maize stripe virus, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
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A phylogeographical analysis of the bemisia tabaci species complex based on mitochondrial DNA markers
D. R. Frohlich;I. Torres-Jerez;I. D. Bedford;P. G. Markham.
Molecular Ecology (1999)
Geminivirus transmission and biological characterisation of Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) biotypes from different geographic regions.
I D Bedford;R W Briddon;J K Brown;R C Rosell.
Annals of Applied Biology (1994)
Universal primers for the PCR-mediated amplification of DNA beta: a molecule associated with some monopartite begomoviruses
R W Briddon;S E Bull;S Mansoor;I Amin.
Molecular Biotechnology (2002)
Diversity of DNA β, a satellite molecule associated with some monopartite begomoviruses
Rob W Briddon;Simon E Bull;Imran Amin;Ali M Idris.
A unique virus complex causes Ageratum yellow vein disease.
Keith Saunders;Ian D. Bedford;Rob W. Briddon;Peter G. Markham.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2000)
Identification of dna components required for induction of cotton leaf curl disease.
R.W. Briddon;S. Mansoor;I.D. Bedford;M.S. Pinner.
Geminivirus coat protein gene replacement alters insect specificity
R.W. Briddon;M.S. Pinner;J. Stanley;P.G. Markham.
Cotton leaf curl virus disease.
R.W Briddon;P.G Markham.
Virus Research (2000)
Diversity of DNA 1: a satellite-like molecule associated with monopartite begomovirus–DNA β complexes
Rob W Briddon;Simon E Bull;Imran Amin;Shahid Mansoor.
The nucleotide sequence of an infectious clone of the geminivirus beet curly top virus.
J. Stanley;P.G. Markham;R.J. Callis;M.S. Pinner.
The EMBO Journal (1986)
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