Landscape epidemiology of bean pod mottle comovirus: molecular evidence of heterogeneous sources

Abstract

Bean pod mottle virus (BPMV) RNAs are grouped into subgroups (sgI and sgII). A BPMV partial diploid reassortant (IA-Di1) from the perennial Desmodium illinoense contained both RNA1 subgroups and an RNA1 recombinant. The RNA2 of IA-Di1 was characteristic of sgII. Additionally, ten BPMV isolates from a soybean field adjacent to the locality of IA-Di1 shared >98.5% nucleotide identity with RNA1 sgII of IA-Di1. The data demonstrate the co-existence of two differing consensus BPMV RNA1 subgroups in adjacent habitats and illustrate variation in virus genetic structure that can occur in a contiguous plant community.

DOI: 10.1007/s00705-011-1005-0

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@article{Bradshaw2011LandscapeEO, title={Landscape epidemiology of bean pod mottle comovirus: molecular evidence of heterogeneous sources}, author={Jeffrey D. Bradshaw and Chunquan Zhang and John H. Hill and Marlin E. Rice}, journal={Archives of Virology}, year={2011}, volume={156}, pages={1615-1619} }