Diversity Among Isolates of Bean pod mottle virus.

@article{Gu2002DiversityAI,
  title={Diversity Among Isolates of Bean pod mottle virus.},
  author={Hongcang Gu and Anthony John Clark and Patricia B de S{\'a} and Todd W. Pfeiffer and Sue A. Tolin and Said A. Ghabrial},
  journal={Phytopathology},
  year={2002},
  volume={92 4},
  pages={446-52}
}
ABSTRACT Isolates of Bean pod mottle virus (BPMV), a member of the genus Comovirus, collected from soybean fields in Kentucky, Virginia, Arkansas, and Iowa were classified into two distinct subgroups, I and II, based on nucleic acid hybridization analysis using cloned cDNA probes to RNA-1 from BPMV strains K-G7 and K-Ha1. Slot blot hybridization analysis using cloned cDNA probes to RNA-2 from the same two strains (K-G7 and K-Ha1), however, revealed that some of the isolates, initially… CONTINUE READING

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