Developments in plant virus taxonomy since the publication of the 6th ICTV Report

  title={Developments in plant virus taxonomy since the publication of the 6th ICTV Report},
  author={Michael A. Mayo},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  • M. Mayo
  • Published 1999
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Archives of Virology
Soilborne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) 19K protein belongs to a class of cysteine rich proteins that suppress RNA silencing
Observations indicate that the SBWMV 19K CRP is a pathogenicity determinant and a suppressor of RNA silencing.
The Continuing Saga of Rhizomania of Sugar Beets in the United States.
An update on rhizomania is provided and the activities that are currently underway to manage this continuing threat to the U.S. sugar beet industry are provided.
Rhizosphere Virology and Plant Health
Plants have developed defence strategies involving electrical signalling, using reactive oxygen species and involve the role of different plant hormones in a signalling cascade that prevents the plant from further damage and also intimates its neighbouring plant to prepare themselves for a forthcoming attack.
Metagenomic-Based Screening and Molecular Characterization of Cowpea-Infecting Viruses in Burkina Faso
A virion-associated nucleic acids (VANA)-based metagenomics method is used to screen for the presence of cowpea viruses from plants collected from the three agro-climatic zones of Burkina Faso and five additional viruses were identified.
Comparative expression analysis of five caulimovirus promoters in citrus
The histochemical and fluorometric measurement of GUS activity and the gene expression quantification by RT-qPCR analysis demonstrate that the DMMV promoter is able to direct gene expression in citrus as strongly as the D35S promoter and represents great application potential in citrus biotechnology.
The nucleotide sequence of Indian peanut clump virus RNA 2: sequence comparisons among pecluviruses
The results support the distinction of I PCV and PCV as separate virus species, but also raise the question of how the serotypes of IPCV should be classified.
EFSA BIOHAZ Panel (EFSA Panel on Biological Hazards), 2013. Scientific Opinion on the maintenance of the list of QPS biological agents intentionally added to food and feed (2013 update)
The qualified presumption of safety (QPS) assessment was developed to provide a harmonised generic pre-assessment to support safety risk assessments performed by EFSA’s scientific Panels.
The Fungal Transmitted Viruses
Recent work with Cucumber necrosis virus (CNV) has suggested that attachment of virions to vector zoospore is an important aspect of the transmission process, suggesting that virus particles as well as vectors have specific sites that mediate their recognition.
Chrysanthemum stunt viroid Induces the Accumulation of Small RNAs Associated with RNA Silencing in Infected Chrysanthemum
Small RNAs were detected in chrysanthemum infected with CSVd, indicating that they are not restricted to specific viroid regions but likely representing most of the viroid molecule.


Virus Taxonomy. Seventh Report of the International Committee on Taxomony of Viruses
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Virus taxonomy--1997.
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Guidelines to the demarcation of virus species
This research attacked the mode of action of the immune system by targeting the “spatially aggregating immune checkpoints” in response to the presence of E.coli.
The universal system of virus taxonomy of the International Committee on Virus Taxonomy (ICTV), including new proposals ratified since publication of the Sixth ICTV Report in 1995
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  • Environmental Science
    Archives of Virology
  • 1998
A major revision of virus taxonomy is being undertaken currently by the individual Study Groups of the ICTV, which is scheduled to be published as the Seventh Report of theICTV prior to the Eleventh International Congress of Virology in Sydney in 1999.
A revised version of the international code of virus classification and nomenclature
This article presents a new format for the Code, based in part on the International Code of Nomenclature of Bacteria, which is revised occasionally to conform with accepted virological practice and to make the Rules as readily comprehensible as possible.
Virus Taxonomy – San Diego 1998
A major change in practice was approved at the San Diego Meeting, which is illustrated in the list of new taxonomic proposals that follows.