Host-specific loss of sequences of an alfalfa mosaic virus isolate during systemic infection.

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Summary of "Host-specific loss of sequences of an alfalfa mosaic virus isolate during systemic infection."

Infectivity of an alfalfa mosaic virus (AMV) isolate from Leonotis nepetaefolia in different tomato cultivars was analyzed. Symptoms typical of AMV infection were observed in indicator plants, but not in Flora Dade and Rio Grande tomato cultivars; however, mild symptoms were observed in cv. Rutgers. Furthermore, at least 1 kb of the 3´ segment of RNA 2 and the coat protein gene were missing in systemic leaves of inoculated Rio Grande and Flora Dade plants, while in cv. Rutgers infected with this AMV strain all genomic components were detected. Northern blot analysis of plants infected with the aforementioned AMV isolate confirmed the absence of the CP gene, but suggested rearrangements in both RNA 2 and 3. Factors that may affect differential movement or systemic accumulation of genomic components in multipartite viruses in plants are discussed.


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Name: Virus research
ISSN: 1872-7492
Pages: 197703


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