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First Report of Grapevine rupestris vein feathering virus in an Old Grapevine in China
First Report of Peach-Associated Luteovirus from Flat Peach and Nectarine in China
FIRST REPORTED OCCURRENCE OF COLEUS BLUMEI VIROID 3 FROM COLEUS BLUMEI IN CHINA
Results of dot-blot hybridization showed that one sample from Beijing and one from Hainan were positive for CbVd-3, the first report from China and the only report of this viroid outside Germany, and provide experimental evidence that the two tested plants were infected by CbvD-3.
First Report of Chrysanthemum chlorotic mottle viroid in Chrysanthemum in China.
To the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of CChMVd in chrysanthemum in China and it is thought to be the symptomatic type based on their UUUC sequence at positions 82 to 85 in the CChmVd tetraloop.
First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 2 from Commercial Coleus in China.
Leaves were collected from 50 symptomless coleus plants from a commercial nursery in Hainan Province, China and results suggested the presence of CbVd-2, which is a member of the Coleviroid genus, Pospoviroidae family.
First Report of Fig mosaic virus Infecting Common Fig (Ficus carica) in China.
To the authors' knowledge, this is the first report of FMV in fig trees in China, and this virus poses a great threat to the economy of the fig industry of Xinjiang and needs immediate effective quarantine and management of this virus to reduce any further predictable loss.
First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 5 from Coleus blumei in India and Indonesia.
It is demonstrated that CbVd-5 could induce albino symptom on the leaves of the unknown cultivar "Red with dark green edge" 2 months after inoculation, and considering the effect of Cbvd- 5 on the appearance of coleus and its recombination ability, a certification program may be needed to control the spread of this viroid.
First report of Little cherry virus 1 in sweet cherry trees in China.
First Report of Apple stem grooving virus, Apple stem pitting virus, and Apple chlorotic leaf spot virus in Apple Trees From Chencha, Ethiopia
IDENTIFICATION AND MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF APPLE DIMPLE FRUIT VIROID IN CHINA
Sequence alignment and RNA structure analysis showed that, compared with isolates and variants reported in Italy, there were two nucleotide variations and an alteration of the secondary structure in the ADFVd variants the authors isolated.