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Diversity of Plum pox virus isolates in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Nucleotide sequence alignment of recombinant isolates showed that they were closely related at the molecular level to previously characterized recombinants from other European countries, and shared the same recombination break point in the 3 ′ terminal part of the NIb gene.
CHARACTERIZATION OF A FIFTH VITIVIRUS IN GRAPEVINE
A virus species provisionally named Grapevine virus F (GVF) was found in grapevine by deep sequencing. GVF is a vitivirus distinctly different from the other four members of this genus, as shown by
PRESENCE OF A RECOMBINANT ISOLATE OF PLUM POX VIRUS IN APULIA
TLDR
Sequence analysis of the (Cter)NIb-(Nter)CP region of this recombinant PPV showed that the recombination breakpoint was located in the C terminus of the NIb gene, as has been reported for other recognized PPV recombinants.
Occurrence of stone fruit viroids in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Tissue-imprint hybridization assays were used to determine the occurrence and incidence of Peach latent mosaic viroid and Hop stunt viroid in stone fruit trees in Bosnia and Herzegovina and nearly all samples tested positive for PLMVd.
Distribution of Plum pox virus (PPV) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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A large-scale survey for the presence of Plum pox virus (PPV) was carried out by ELISA in Bosnia and Herzegovina and indicated a largely compromised sanitary status of local stone fruit industry due to the endemic presence of PPV.
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