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Here we describe two Brome mosaic virus (BMV) isolates from the Wielkopolska region of Poland. The BMV-Sr and BMV-Sz isolates were collected from maize [Zea mays L. ssp. Indentata] and triticale [× Triticosecale Wittm. ex A. Camus] plants respectively. Newly emerged BMV isolates, similarly to the BMV-M2 strain derived from an Arkansas isolate, have a wide(More)
Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus is the causal agent of leaf mosaic symptoms in cereals. The low virulence and limited propagation in infected plant tissues of a Polish isolate (SBWMV-Pol1) differ from the characteristics of other known isolates. The research aimed to clarify the effects of nucleotide sequence variability on the observed biological differences(More)
Among seed-transmitted cereal viruses the most important is Barley stripe mosaic virus (BSMV), infecting barley. Investigations on the occurrence of BSMV in Poland have been carried out in the Institute of Plant Protection in Poznań since 2000. The studies aimed at the evaluation of the BSMV distribution in plant material, the rate of its seed transmission(More)
Soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) is a viral pathogen of cereal crops. Although first detected in the United States, it has since been reported in Germany and Poland. To date, two SBWMV strains (Nebraska-like and New-York-like types) have been detected. While the nucleotide sequences of the coat protein (CP) genes from the two strains show only 89%(More)
A one-step immunocapture real-time RT-PCR (IC-real-time RT-PCR) was developed for efficient detection of barley stripe mosaic virus (BSMV) in barley seedlings. The novel detection system was designed using a primer set targeting the conserved region in the triple gene block 2 (TGB2) to expand its capacity to detect all BSMV strains. This assay was evaluated(More)
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