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Molecular characterisation of Turnip mosaic virus isolates from Brassicaceae weeds
- S. Farzadfar, Y. Tomitaka, Mutsumi Ikematsu, A. Golnaraghi, R. Pourrahim, K. Ohshima
- BiologyEuropean Journal of Plant Pathology
- 1 May 2009
It is shown for the first time the wide distribution and phylogenetic relationships of TuMV from weeds in the mid-Eurasia of Iran and that the IRN TRa6 and IRN SS5 isolates fell into an ancestral basal-Brassica group.
Natural Occurrence of Tomato leaf curl New Delhi virus in Iranian Cucurbit Crops
- S. Yazdani-Khameneh, S. Aboutorabi, +4 authors Mojdeh Maleki
- Biology, MedicineThe plant pathology journal
- 1 June 2016
The natural occurrence of TYLCV in different hosts in Iran is reported and the emergence of ToLCNDV in Iranian cucurbit crops is revealed.
The Timescale of Emergence and Spread of Turnip Mosaic Potyvirus
- Ryosuke Yasaka, Hirofumi Fukagawa, +7 authors K. Ohshima
- Biology, MedicineScientific Reports
- 26 June 2017
The population of basal-B group TuMVs in Asia Minor is older than all other populations of this virus, including a newly discovered population in Iran, and the timescale of the spread of TuMV correlates well with the establishment of agriculture in these countries.
SURVEYS OF BEET NECROTIC YELLOW VEIN VIRUS, BEET SOIL-BORNE VIRUS, BEET VIRUS Q AND POLYMYXA BETAE IN SUGAR BEET FIELDS IN IRAN
High levels of virus infections (more than 70%) were found in Ardabil, Esfahan, Fars, Khorasan and Zanjan provinces, whereas Khuzestan was apparently “virus-free”.
First Report of Beet soil-borne virus on Sugar Beet in Iran.
- S. Farzadfar, R. Pourrahim, A. Golnaraghi, N. Shahraeen
- Medicine, BiologyPlant disease
- 1 February 2002
This is the first report of BSBV occurring on sugar beet in Iran, and resembles BNYVV, the causal agent of sugar beet rhizomania, morphologically and in its transmission by Polymyxa betae.
First Report of Tomato spotted wilt virus on Soybean in Iran.
- A. Golnaraghi, N. Shahraeen, R. Pourrahim, S. Ghorbani, S. Farzadfar
- Biology, MedicinePlant disease
- 1 December 2001
During the summers of 1999 and 2000, 3,110 soybean leaf samples were randomly collected from soybean fields in the Ardebil, Goletan, Khuzestan, Lorestan, and Mazandaran provinces of Iran, marking the first report of the occurrence of TSWV on soybean in Iran.
Serological and molecular identification of Turnip mosaic virus in some wild plants in Iran
- H. Valouzi, A. Golnaraghi, L. Abedini-Aminabad, M. Diyanat
- BiologyAustralasian Plant Disease Notes
- 1 June 2017
Arctium lappa and Sinapis arvensis are reported as new hosts for TuMV in Iran and the results seem to indicate the possible presence of a new genogroup of the virus.
First Report of Groundnut bud necrosis virus in Iran.
During the summer of 2001, mosaic, mottle, ring mosaic, stunting, and bud necrosis were observed in peanut fields (Arachis hypogaea cv. Gilan) in the Golestan Province of Iran, first report of GBNV occurrence in Iran.
PCR DETECTION AND PARTIAL MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF CHICKPEA CHLOROTIC DWARF VIRUS IN NATURALLY INFECTED SUGAR BEET PLANTS IN IRAN
In the present study, two specific primers were designed for detecting CpCDV which allowed the amplification of a DNA fragment of 0.64 kbp and were successfully detected in symptomatic sugar beet field samples collected from the main sugar beet production provinces of Iran.