Host range and some properties of Physalis mosaic virus, a new virus of the turnip yellow mosaic virus group

@article{Peters2005HostRA,
  title={Host range and some properties of Physalis mosaic virus, a new virus of the turnip yellow mosaic virus group},
  author={D. Peters and A. Derks},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2005},
  volume={80},
  pages={124-132}
}
An apparently undescribed virus was isolated fromPhysalis subglabrata in Illinois, USA, and its properties were studied. The virus was namedPhysalis mosaic virus (PMV). It was readily transmitted by sap inoculation to 23 out of 34 Solanaceae tested, toChenopodium foetidum andSonchus oleraceus but not to 28 other non-solanaceous species inoculated. Purified preparations of PMV contained isometric particles of 27 nm in diameter, which sedimented as two components with sedimentation coefficients… Expand

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