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Taxonomy of the order Bunyavirales: update 2019
In February 2019, following the annual taxon ratification vote, the order Bunyavirales was amended by creation of two new families, four new subfamilies, 11 new genera and 77 new species, merging ofExpand
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Detection of Citrus Psorosis Virus by ELISA, Molecular Hybridization, RT-PCR and Immunosorbent Electron Microscopy and its Association with Citrus Psorosis Disease
Psorosis is a citrus disease of undemonstrated etiology that can be diagnosed by biological indexing on sweet orange seedlings followed by a cross protection test. Its presumed causal agent is CitrusExpand
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Genetic variation of populations of Citrus psorosis virus.
Citrus psorosis virus (CPsV), the type species of genus Ophiovirus, has a segmented, negative-stranded RNA genome. We examined the population structure and genetic variation of CPsV in three codingExpand
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Detection of Citrus psorosis virus in field trees by direct tissue blot immunoassay in comparison with ELISA, symptomatology, biological indexing and cross-protection tests
Serological detection of Citrus psorosis virus (CPsV) by direct tissue blot immunoassay (DTBIA) and by double (DAS) and triple (TAS) antibody sandwich ELISA, was compared in samples from variousExpand
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Identification and molecular properties of a 306 nucleotide viroid associated with apple dimple fruit disease.
A new viroid associated with an apple fruit disorder similar to, but more severe than, the dapple apple disease induced in some varieties by apple scar skin viroid (ASSVd) has been found. The newExpand
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Necrotic disease in tomatoes in Greece and southern Italy caused by the tomato strain of Parietaria mottle virus.
A bacterial leaf spot disease caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae van Hall was observed on Strelitzia augusta plants grown near citrus groves in the province of Catania (southern Italy)Expand
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The first phlebo-like virus infecting plants: a case study on the adaptation of negative-stranded RNA viruses to new hosts.
A novel negative-stranded (ns) RNA virus associated with a severe citrus disease reported more than 80 years ago has been identified. Transmission electron microscopy showed that this novel virus,Expand
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Citrus psorosis virus.
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Variability among turnip mosaic potyvirus isolates.
ABSTRACT Eight turnip mosaic potyvirus (TuMV) isolates from the Campania region of Italy were characterized. Experiments based on host range and symptomatology indicated that the isolates wereExpand
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