Biology of a new virus isolated from Lupinus nootkatensis plants in Alaska

@inproceedings{Robertson2004BiologyOA,
  title={Biology of a new virus isolated from Lupinus nootkatensis plants in Alaska},
  author={Nancy L. Robertson},
  year={2004}
}
  • Nancy L. Robertson
  • Published 2004
  • Biology
  • A new virus named Nootka lupine vein-clearing virus (NLVCV) was isolated from Lupinus nootkatensis plants that were confined to a relatively small area in the Talkeetna mountains of south-central Alaska. Annual surveys (2000‐03) consistently found leaf symptoms of pronounced vein clearing and mosaic on 3- to 4-week-old plants in late June. Spherical particles ≈ 30 nm in diameter were isolated from these leaves. Virions contained a single-stranded RNA of ≈ 4·0‐4·2 kb and one species of capsid… CONTINUE READING

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