Two Phosphate- and Potassium-solubilizing Bacteria Isolated from Tianmu Mountain, Zhejiang, China
In conclusion, phosphate- and potassium-solubilizing strains KNP413 and KNP414 should be integrated into the same species different from strain VKM B-1480D and they might be transferred to the genus of Paenibacillus, i.e. PaenIBacillus mucilaginosus.
Molecular evolution of Turnip mosaic virus: evidence of host adaptation, genetic recombination and geographical spread.
The simplest of several possible interpretations of the trees is that TuMV originated, like its brassica hosts, in Europe and spread to the other parts of the world, and that the BR pathotype has recently evolved in east Asia.
Molecular characterisation of an isolate of Dasheen mosaic virus from Zantedeschia aethiopica in China and comparisons in the genus Potyvirus
The complete nucleotide sequence of an isolate of Dasheen mosaic virus from Zantedeschia aethiopica in Zhejiang Province, China, was determined and phylogenetic analysis showed it to be a member of the Bean common mosaic virus subgroup.
The quantification of tomato microRNAs response to viral infection by stem-loop real-time RT-PCR.
Inter- and intralineage recombinants are common in natural populations of Turnip mosaic virus.
It seems that the presence of recombination sites, as well as sequence similarities, may be used to trace the migration and evolution of TuMV.
Optimization and Application of a Multiplex RT-PCR System for Simultaneous Detection of Five Potato Viruses Using 18S rRNA as an Internal Control.
This multiplex RT-PCR technique demonstrates a higher sensitivity of virus detection than DAS-ELISA, and also could detect viruses in some samples that DAS -ELISA failed to detect.
The dynamic of cellulase activity of fungi inhabiting organic municipal solid waste.
Molecular characterization of a trisegmented chrysovirus isolated from the radish Raphanus sativus.
Biocontrol of blue and gray mold diseases of pear fruit by integration of antagonistic yeast with salicylic acid.
Accurate and efficient data processing for quantitative real-time PCR using a tripartite plant virus as a model.
These equations, combined with data analysis by the LinRegPCR method, can greatly enhance the high-throughput quantification ability of real-time PCR, and permit accurate, reliable, and facile investigation of the changes in CMV RNAs accumulation.