Reconsideration of the distinction between the severe and yellow strains of cowpea mosaic virus

@article{Swaans1973ReconsiderationOT,
  title={Reconsideration of the distinction between the severe and yellow strains of cowpea mosaic virus},
  author={Hannemarie Swaans and Ab van Kammen},
  journal={Netherlands Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={1973},
  volume={79},
  pages={257-265}
}
The properties of two isolates of cowpea mosaic virus (CPMV), previously considered representing the yellow and the severe strains of CPMV are compared. The two isolates characteristically differ in host range, type of symptoms produced, serology, the ratio of the virus components as shown by the sedimentation pattern, and in thermal inactivation. Based on these differences, and earlier experiences on the genetic relationship among the two types of virus isolates, the severe and yellow strain… CONTINUE READING

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