Molecular characterization and phylogeny of two begomoviruses infecting Malvastrum americanum in Jamaica: evidence of the contribution of inter-species recombination to the evolution of malvaceous weed-associated begomoviruses from the Northern Caribbean

@article{Graham2009MolecularCA,
  title={Molecular characterization and phylogeny of two begomoviruses infecting Malvastrum americanum in Jamaica: evidence of the contribution of inter-species recombination to the evolution of malvaceous weed-associated begomoviruses from the Northern Caribbean},
  author={Andr{\'e} P. Graham and Darren P. Martin and Marcia E. Roye},
  journal={Virus Genes},
  year={2009},
  volume={40},
  pages={256-266}
}
Two distinct full-length begomovirus DNA-A components and a DNA-B component were PCR amplified, cloned and sequenced from Jamaican Malvastrum americanum plants exhibiting yellow mosaic symptoms. Whereas one of the DNA-A components is from a potentially new species that we have tentatively named Malvastrum yellow mosaic Helshire virus (MaYMHV), the other DNA-A and the DNA-B form a cognate pair and represent a new virus species tentatively named Malvastrum yellow mosaic Jamaica virus (MaYMJV… CONTINUE READING
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