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Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill., cv. ‘Better Bush’) Plant Response to Root Restriction
It is concluded that the decline in root respiration capacity represents a significant indicator of reduced root metabolism and plays a role that influences the growth habit of root-restricted plants.
Identification and full sequence of an isolate of Alternanthera mosaic potexvirus infecting Phlox stolonifera
The phlox isolate was more closely related to PapMV throughout the genome than to any potexvirus other than AltMV-Au, for which only the CP and 3′UTR sequences are available.
First Report of Plantago asiatica mosaic virus in Imported Asiatic and Oriental Lilies (Lilium hybrids) in the United States.
Nine out of 13 Asiatic lilies and 11 out of 12 Oriental lilies were found to be infected with PlAMV by RT-PCR by ELISA, of which seven were confirmed by bioassay and/or ELISA.
Sequence variability between Plantago asiatica mosaic virus isolates
First Detection of Ligustrum necrotic ringspot virus, Cucumber mosaic virus, and Alternanthera mosaic virus in Mazus reptans in the United States.
This is the first report of LNRV, CMV and AltV in Mazus reptans and AltMazus groundcover plant, and these are the first reports of cucumovirus coat protein (CP) and Cucumber mosaic virus subgroup I (CMV sgI; Cucumov virus) to be reported.
First Report of Multiple Isolates of Gloriosa stripe mosaic virus in Gloriosa superba in the United States
Pathogenicity of Alternanthera mosaic virus is affected by determinants in RNA-dependent RNA polymerase and by reduced efficacy of silencing suppression in a movement-competent TGB1.
Results identify a TGB1 residue that significantly affects replication and silencing suppression, but maintains full movement functions.
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy surface analysis of aluminum ion stress in barley roots.
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) has been used to analyze root surface changes when Dayton barley (Hordeum vulgare) (Al tolerant) and Kearney barley (Al sensitive) seedlings were grown in…
First Report of Freesia sneak virus in Freesia sp. in Virginia.
FreSV, likely soilborne through Olpidium brassicae, may pose a new soilborne threat for bulbous ornamentals, since it has been recently detected also in Lachenalia spp.
Identification of potexvirus isolates from creeping phlox and trailing portulaca as strains of Alternanthera mosaic virus, and comparison of the 3'-terminal portion of the viral genomes
Findings suggest that AltMV may be quite widespread, and may be mis-diagnosed as PapMV, the host range of which includes several ornamentals.