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Witches’ Broom Disease of Lime (WBDL)in Iran
Author(s): Bove, J. M.; Danet, J. L.; Bananej, K.; Hassanzadeh, N.; Taghizadeh, M.; Salehi, M.; Garnier, M.
Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus from the Sudan and Iran: Sequence Comparisons and Identification of a Whitefly-Transmission Determinant.
ABSTRACT The genomes of two Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus (WmCSV) isolates, one from the Sudan and one from Iran, were cloned and sequenced. Sequence relationship with other geminiviruses… Expand
Complete nucleotide sequence of Iranian tomato yellow leaf curl virus isolate: further evidence for natural recombination amongst begomoviruses
- K. Bananej, A. Kheyr-Pour, G. Hosseini Salekdeh, A. Ahoonmanesh
- Archives of Virology
- 25 March 2004
The phylogenetic analyses, Recombination Detection Program analyses, and sequence alignment survey provided evidence of the occurrence of recombination between an Israeli TYLCV-MId, as major parent, and TLCIRV, as minor parent, proving that the genome of TY LCV-IR consists of only one circular single-stranded DNA molecule. Expand
Identification, distribution and incidence of viruses in field-grown cucurbit crops of Iran
The high frequency of CABYV, WMV and ZYMV in the samples assayed on all four cucurbit crops and in all areas surveyed, as well as the detection of Watermelon chlorotic stunt virus (WmCSV) and Cucumber vein yellowing virus (CVYV) in northern and southern Iran, suggest that these viruses represent a potential threat to cucurbits crops in Iran. Expand
First Report of Cucurbit chlorotic yellows virus Infecting Cucumber, Melon, and Squash in Iran.
CCYV has first been proven to occur in different countries in East Asia and has recently been reported from Sudan and Lebanon, indicating the putative spread of the virus wherever cucurbits are grown and its vector, the whitefly Bemisia tabaci, is present. Expand
First Report of Cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus in Iran Causing Yellows on Four Cucurbit Crops.
The results indicate that CABYV is widely distributed on four cucurbit species in the major growing areas of Iran, and is one of the most common virus infecting cucurbits in Iran. Expand
Host Range of an Iranian Isolate of Watermelon Chlorotic Stunt Virus as Determined by Whitefly‐mediated Inoculation and Agroinfection, and its Geographical Distribution
Host range studies using agroinoculation indicated that most plant species in the Cucurbitaceae and some species of the Solanaceae are susceptible to WmCSV-Ir, which is caused by watermelon chlorotic stunt virus. Expand
Molecular characterization of geographically different cucurbit aphid-borne yellows virus isolates.
Relatively close relationship and sequence similarity of geographically distant CABYV isolates could reflect the epidemic outbreak and rapid expansion of the virus throughout the world due to the host and vector abundance. Expand
Biological and Molecular Variability of Zucchini yellow mosaic virus in Iran
The phylogenetic analyses and the estimation of genetic distance indicate that the Iranian ZYMV group consists of several independent isolates, which are likely to form a compact cluster in the phylogenetic tree. Expand
Serological and Molecular Identification of Chickpea chlorotic stunt virus from Chickpea in Iran.
During a survey of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) crops in western Iran in July 2009, leaf samples from yellow and stunted plants were collected from fields in the provinces of Kermanshah and Lorestan, indicating infections by luteovirus. Expand