Molecular characterization of a trisegmented chrysovirus isolated from the radish Raphanus sativus.
A novel double-stranded RNA virus detected in Primula malacoides is a plant-isolated partitivirus closely related to partitivirus infecting fungal species
It is strongly suggested that this novel virus detected in ornamental plants of Primula malacoides Franch exhibiting typical yellow-edge symptoms be classified as a member of the genus Partitivirus.
Seed-borne viral dsRNA elements in three cultivated Raphanus and Brassica plants suggest three cryptoviruses.
- Liqiang Li, Jianning Liu, Jishuang Chen
- Biology, MedicineCanadian Journal of Microbiology (print)
- 5 February 2016
3 novel cryptoviruses that infect Brassica and Raphanus are discovered using the dsRNA diagnostic method and BrCV1 might represent the first plant partitivirus found in Gammapartitiv virus.