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Papaya Ringspot Virus
Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV), a member of the family Potyviridae, is a positive-sense single-stranded RNA plant virus with a monocistronic genome of c. 10 326 nt that is expressed via a largeExpand
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Papaya ringspot virus-P: characteristics, pathogenicity, sequence variability and control.
TAXONOMY Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) is an aphid-transmitted plant virus belonging to the genus Potyvirus, family Potyviridae, with a positive sense RNA genome. PRSV isolates belong to either one ofExpand
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Virus Coat Protein Transgenic Papaya Provides Practical Control of Papaya ringspot virus in Hawaii.
Since 1992, Papaya ringspot virus (PRSV) destroyed nearly all of the papaya hectarage in the Puna district of Hawaii, where 95% of Hawaii's papayas are grown. Two field trials to evaluate transgenicExpand
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Genetic diversity and evidence for recent modular recombination in Hawaiian Citrus tristeza virus
Abstract The Hawaiian Islands are home to a widespread and diverse population of Citrus tristeza virus (CTV), an economically important pathogen of citrus. In this study, we quantified the geneticExpand
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Transmission, movement and inactivation of cymbidium mosaic and odontoglossum ringspot viruses.
Transmission and movement studies were conducted on orchids mechanically inoculated with cymbidium mosaic virus (CyMV) or odontoglossum ringspot virus (ORSV). Transmission of CyMV and ORSV toExpand
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Systemic acquired resistance induced by BTH in papaya
Systemic acquired resistance (SAR) in Carica papaya L. is induced by benzothiadiazole (BTH). The response is manifested by increased tolerance to infection by the virulent pathogen PhytophthoraExpand
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Transgenic Virus Resistant Papaya: From Hope to Reality for Controlling Papaya Ringspot Virus in Hawaii
Dennis Gonsalves U.S. Pacific Basin Agricultural Research Center 99 Aupuni Street, Suite 204 Hilo, HI 96720 Carol Gonsalves 789 Hoolaulea Street Hilo, Hawaii 96720 Steve Ferreira Department of PlantExpand
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Allergenicity assessment of the papaya ringspot virus coat protein expressed in transgenic rainbow papaya.
The virus-resistant, transgenic commercial papaya Rainbow and SunUp (Carica papaya L.) have been consumed locally in Hawaii and elsewhere in the mainland United States and Canada since their releaseExpand
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Detection of cymbidium mosaic virus, odontoglossum ringspot virus, tomato spotted wilt virus, and potyviruses infecting orchids in Hawaii.
Approximately 3,600 orchid plants representing 44 genera from three orchid collections, 22 commercial farms, and six nurseries on the islands of Oahu and Hawaii were tested for Cymbidium mosaic virusExpand
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