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A discovery 70 years in the making: characterization of the Rose rosette virus.
Rose rosette was first described in the early 1940s and it has emerged as one of the most devastating diseases of roses. Although it has been 70 years since the disease description, the rosette agentExpand
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Southern tomato virus: The link between the families Totiviridae and Partitiviridae.
A dsRNA virus with a genome of 3.5 kb was isolated from field and greenhouse-grown tomato plants of different cultivars and geographic locations in North America. Cloning and sequencing of the viralExpand
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Transmission, Field Spread, Cultivar Response, and Impact on Yield in Highbush Blueberry Infected with Blueberry scorch virus.
Scorch disease caused by Blueberry scorch virus (BlSV) spreads rapidly and radially from foci of infection. Healthy potted blueberry plants became infected when placed next to diseased field bushesExpand
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Viruses and Virus Diseases of Rubus.
Blackberry and raspberry are members of the family Rosaceae. They are classified in the genus Rubus, which comprises hundreds of species and has a center of origin in the Far East. Rubus is dividedExpand
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Impacts of Molecular Diagnostic Technologies on Plant Disease Management.
Detection and diagnosis of plant viruses has included serological laboratory tests since the 1960s. Relatively little work was done on serological detection of plant pathogenic bacteria and fungiExpand
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Evolution and Molecular Biology of Luteoviruses
S ince 1975 the luteoviruses have been recognized as a plant virus group by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (58). At that time only three viruses were listed unequivocally asExpand
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Nucleotide sequences of an Australian and a Canadian isolate of potato leafroll luteovirus and their relationships with two European isolates.
The genomes of an Australian and a Canadian isolate of potato leafroll virus have been cloned and sequenced. The sequences of both isolates are similar (about 93%), but the Canadian isolate (PLRV-C)Expand
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Identification, Characterization, and Detection of Black raspberry necrosis virus.
ABSTRACT A serious disease was observed in black raspberry (Rubus occidentalis) in Oregon in the last decade. Plants showing mosaic symptoms declined rapidly and, in many cases, died after severalExpand
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Survey for Viruses of Grapevine in Oregon and Washington.
Grapevines (Vitis spp.) in Washington and Oregon were surveyed for the prevalence of key grapevine viruses. Samples collected from 1,522 vines in Washington were tested for Rupestris stem pittingExpand
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A member of a new genus in the Potyviridae infects Rubus.
Blackberry yellow vein disease causes devastating losses on blackberry in the south and southeastern United States. Blackberry yellow vein associated virus (BYVaV) was identified as the putativeExpand
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