Seed-borne viral dsRNA elements in three cultivated Raphanus and Brassica plants suggest three cryptoviruses.

@article{Li2016SeedborneVD,
  title={Seed-borne viral dsRNA elements in three cultivated Raphanus and Brassica plants suggest three cryptoviruses.},
  author={Liqiang Li and Jianning Liu and Qiong Zhang and Runying Fu and Xiwu Zhu and C. Li and Jishuang Chen},
  journal={Canadian journal of microbiology},
  year={2016},
  volume={62 4},
  pages={
          287-95
        }
}
Since the 1970s, several dsRNA viruses, including Radish yellow edge virus, Raphanus sativus virus 1, Raphanus sativus virus 2, and Raphanus sativus virus 3, have been identified and reported as infecting radish. In the present study, in conjunction with a survey of seed-borne viruses in cultivated Brassica and Raphanus using the dsRNA diagnostic method, we discovered 3 novel cryptoviruses that infect Brassica and Raphanus: Raphanus sativus partitivirus 1, which infects radish (Raphanus sativus… 

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