Two new ‘legumoviruses’ (genus Begomovirus) naturally infecting soybean in Nigeria

@article{Alabi2010TwoN,
  title={Two new ‘legumoviruses’ (genus Begomovirus) naturally infecting soybean in Nigeria},
  author={Olufemi J. Alabi and P. Lava Kumar and Josephine Mgbechi-Ezeri and Rayapati A Naidu},
  journal={Archives of Virology},
  year={2010},
  volume={155},
  pages={643-656}
}
Two new ‘legumoviruses’ (genus Begomovirus; family Geminiviridae) naturally infecting soybean (Glycine max L. Merr.) in Nigeria were molecularly characterized. Based on characteristic symptoms in soybean, the two viruses are provisionally designated as Soybean mild mottle virus (SbMMV) and Soybean chlorotic blotch virus (SbCBV). SbCBV has a bipartite genome, whereas SbMMV has only a DNA A component. The DNA A component of SbMMV is 2,768 nucleotides (nt) long and the DNA A and DNA B components… Expand
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