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TAXONOMIC REVISION OF THE FAMILY CLOSTEROVIRIDAE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE GRAPEVINE LEAFROLL-ASSOCIATED MEMBERS OF THE GENUS AMPELOVIRUS AND THE PUTATIVE SPECIES UNASSIGNED TO THE FAMILY
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A comparative examination of the amino acid sequence divergence of three taxonomically relevant genes supports the notion that they are all genetically divergent variants of a single species, GLRaV-4, and the establishment of a fourth genus within the family Closteroviridae is justified.
MOLECULAR DETECTION OF A CLOSTEROVIRUS ASSOCIATED WITH APRICOT STEM PITTING IN SOUTHERN ITALY
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Computer-assisted analysis showed that the 590 nt fragment from Italian apricot trees had 97% sequence homology with Plum bark necrosis stem pittingassociated virus (PBNSPaV), a recently reported closterovirus infecting Black Beaut plum (Prunus salicina) in California.
Complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of Grapevine fleck virus.
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Differences in the biological and epidemiological behaviour, cytopathology and molecular properties support the notion that GFkV is a separate virus belonging in a new genus.
Sequence Analysis of the 3′ end of Three Grapevine Fleck Virus-like Viruses from Grapevine
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The organization of the 3′ terminal genomic region and phylogenetic analysis of viral replicases and coat proteins suggest that GAMaV and the Greek virus GR8-19 belong in the genus Marafivirus, and GRGV inThe genus Maculavirus, family Tymoviridae.
Complete Nucleotide Sequence of the RNA-2 of Grapevine Deformation and Grapevine Anatolian Ringspot Viruses
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Phylogenetic analysis of the three proteins encoded by RNA-2 confirmed that GDefV and GARSV are distinct viruses which can be assigned as definitive species in subgroup A and subgroup B of the genus Nepovirus, respectively.
Viruses and viroids of stone fruits in Jordan.
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The overall mean level of infection was about 14%, indicating an acceptable sanitary status as a whole, considering that no sanitary selection has ever been carried out in Jordan.
First Report of Black raspberry necrosis virus in Rubus canadensis in Tennessee.
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To the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of BRNV in GSMNP and Tennessee, indicating that it may be widespread in native Rubus spp.
A preliminary account of the sanitary status of stone‐fruit trees in Morocco
Field surveys were carried out in the main stone-fruit growing areas of Morocco to evaluate the sanitary status of commercial orchards, varietal collections and nurseries. The presence of virus and
GRAPEVINE DEFORMATION VIRUS, A NOVEL NEPOVIRUS FROM TURKEY
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Results support the notion that isolate N66 is a hitherto undescribed virus species belonging in subgroup A of the genus Nepovirus, serologically related to but distinct from ArMV, for which the name Grapevine deformation virus (GDefV) is proposed.
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