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The new plant virus family Flexiviridae and assessment of molecular criteria for species demarcation
The new plant virus family Flexiviridae is described. The family is named because its members have flexuous virions and it includes the existing genera Allexivirus, Capillovirus, Carlavirus,Expand
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Molecular characterization of the plant virus genus Ourmiavirus and evidence of inter-kingdom reassortment of viral genome segments as its possible route of origin.
Ourmia melon virus (OuMV), Epirus cherry virus (EpCV) and Cassava virus C (CsVC) are three species placed in the genus Ourmiavirus. We cloned and sequenced their RNA genomes. The sizes of the threeExpand
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An Ophiovirus isolated from lettuce with big-vein symptoms
Summary. Big-vein is a widespread and damaging disease of lettuce, transmitted through soil by the chytrid fungus Olpidium brassicae, and generally supposed to be caused by Lettuce big-vein virusExpand
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Partial characterization of a new virus from ranunculus with a divided RNA genome and circular supercoiled thread-like particles
SummaryAn undescribed virus, here named ranunculus white mottle virus, was isolated in Italy from cultivated ranunculus showing mottle and distortion of leaves. The virus was mechanicallyExpand
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Cryptic plant viruses.
Publisher Summary It is interesting that at this relatively late stage in virus research, new kinds of viruses continue to come to light. Cryptic viruses successfully evaded detection until recentlyExpand
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Maize rough dwarf and related viruses.
Publisher Summary This chapter shows that the time is ripe for the solution of many of the remaining problems concerning MRDV-like viruses. Recognition of these viruses should no longer be difficultExpand
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Virology Division News: The new plant virus family Flexiviridae and assessment of molecular criteria for species demarcation
Summary.The new plant virus family Flexiviridae is described. The family is named because its members have flexuous virions and it includes the existing genera Allexivirus, Capillovirus, Carlavirus,Expand
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Occurrence of Mirafiori Lettuce Virus and Lettuce Big-vein Virus in Relation to Development of Big-vein Symptoms in Lettuce Crops
Big-vein disease (BV) of lettuce has been attributed to infection by Lettuce big-vein virus (LBVV), vectored by the soil fungus Olpidium brassicae. The finding of a second soil-borne virus inExpand
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Genome structure and variability of fijiviruses.
Abstract The Fijivirus [Fiji disease virus, rice black-streaked dwarf virus (RBSDV), maize rough dwarf virus (MRDV), and pangola stunt virus (PaSV), the mal de Rio Cuarto virus (MRCV) strain of MRDV,Expand
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Transmission by Olpidium brassicae of Mirafiori lettuce virus and Lettuce big-vein virus, and Their Roles in Lettuce Big-Vein Etiology.
ABSTRACT Big-vein disease occurs on lettuce worldwide in temperate conditions; the causal agent has been presumed to be Lettuce big-vein virus (LBVV), genus Varicosavirus, vectored by the soilborneExpand
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