Molecular characterisation of papaya ringspot potyvirus isolates from India

@inproceedings{Jain1998MolecularCO,
  title={Molecular characterisation of papaya ringspot potyvirus isolates from India},
  author={Rakesh Kumar Jain and Hanumanth R. Pappu and Sita Sailaja. Pappu and A. Akhil Varma and Ranita Devi Ram},
  year={1998}
}
Summary Papaya ringspot potyvirus (PRSV) causes major diseases of papaya and cucurbits in the Indian subcontinent. Based on biological properties, PRSV isolates are classified as either papaya infecting (P), or non-papaya infecting (W) types. To characterise the P and W isolates from India at the molecular level, c. 1.7 Kb of the 3′-terminal regions comprising a part of the nuclear inclusion b (Nib) gene, the complete capsid protein (CP) gene and the untranslated region (UTR) of both the P… CONTINUE READING

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