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Diversity and evolutionary history of lettuce necrotic yellows virus in Australia and New Zealand
Lettuce necrotic yellows virus (LNYV) is the type member of the genus Cytorhabdovirus, family Rhabdoviridae, and causes a severe disease of lettuce (Lactuca sativa L.). This virus has been describedExpand
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The Diversity of Strawberry latent ringspot virus in New Zealand.
Strawberry latent ringspot virus (SLRSV) is widespread in many countries, especially in Europe. The virus was thought to be uncommon in New Zealand, having only been recorded in Prunus spp. However,Expand
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Red clover vein mosaic virus-A Novel Virus to New Zealand that is Widespread in Legumes.
Red clover vein mosaic virus (RCVMV) is an important virus of leguminous crops that can cause devastating losses. During a routine survey of legumes conducted on the South Island of New Zealand,Expand
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Occurrence of Hibiscus chlorotic ringspot virus in Hibiscus spp. in New Zealand.
Hibiscus spp. are popular ornamental plants in New Zealand. The genus is susceptible to Hibiscus chlorotic ringspot virus (HCRSV), a member of the genus Carmovirus, which has been reported inExpand
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The complete nucleotide sequence and genome organisation of a novel member of the family Betaflexiviridae from Actinidia chinensis
We report the complete genome sequence of a novel virus, tentatively named “actinidia seed-borne latent virus” (ASbLV), isolated from Actinidia chinensis in Auckland, New Zealand. The complete genomeExpand
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First Report of Apium virus Y in Celery in New Zealand.
Apium virus Y (ApVY) has been detected for the first time in New Zealand. In January 2006, leaf mosaic and vein-banding symptoms were observed on cultivated celery (Apium graveolens cv. Tongo) inExpand
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Phylogenetic analysis of New Zealand tomato spotted wilt virus isolates suggests likely incursion history scenarios and mechanisms for population evolution
Tomato spotted wilt virus (TSWV) is an internationally significant pathogen with a wide host range, vectored by thrips. We have studied the sequence variation and evolutionary mechanisms at play inExpand
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Characterization of hydrangea chlorotic mottle virus, a new member of the genus Carlavirus
An isolate of the tentative carlavirus species Hydrangea chlorotic mottle virus (HdCMV) was found in New Zealand (NZ) in 2007. The host range, serological properties and complete genome sequence ofExpand
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First Report of Passiflora latent virus in Banana Passionfruit (Passiflora tarminiana) in New Zealand.
Passiflora latent virus (PLV) naturally infects cultivated and wild Passiflora species in Australia, Germany, Israel and the United States (1-3). In March 2004, chlorotic lesions were observed onExpand
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Two generic PCR primer sets for the detection of members of the genus Torradovirus.
Two degenerate primer pairs were designed for the universal detection of members of the genus Torradovirus. Primer pair Torrado-1F/Torrado-1R was designed based on the RNA-dependent RNA polymeraseExpand
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