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Strain differentiation in beet yellows virus.

Julia Moseley

Strain differentiation in beet yellows virus.

by Julia Moseley

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences, 1989.

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Open LibraryOL13925071M

Feb 05,  · Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) (Tamada and Baba, ), the leading infectious agent that affects sugar beet, is a member of the Benyvirus genus, together with Beet soil‐borne mosaic virus (BSBMV), and both are transmitted through the soil from the plasmodiophorid Polymyxa betae (Gilmer and Ratti, ).Cited by: 9. Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) BF Broad bean wilt virus 2 (BBWV2) BF Pepino mosaic virus (PepMV) BF Impatiens necrotic spot virus (INSV) BF Pelargonium zonate spot virus (PZSV) BF Sugarcane mosaic virus (SCMV) BF Maize chlorotic mottle virus (MCMV) BF

an homologue of p21 of Beet yellows virus (BYV) (genus Closterovirus), and four genes encoding proteins with no homologue in other closteroviruses (p33, p18, p13 and p23) (Figure 2) [11]. The p20 protein is the main component of the CTV-induced amorphous inclusion bodies [15] and it is essential for systemic infection [14]. Adenoviridae Mastadenovirus human adenovirus 2 Aviadenovirus fowl adenovirus 1 "African swine fever-like viruses".

The action of three Beet yellows virus resistance QTLs depends on alleles at a novel genetic locus that controls symptom development. charlesrosier.com means it’s official. Federal government websites always use charlesrosier.com charlesrosier.com domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on charlesrosier.com charlesrosier.com site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.


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Strain differentiation in beet yellows virus by Julia Moseley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Jul 17,  · Differentiation of strains of sugar beet yellows virus onTetragonia expansaMurr. and other indicator plants. Abstract. Five different isolates of beet yellows virus were maintained without any changes in their properties onTetragonia expansaMurr.

syn.T. tetragonoidesPall Cited by: 5. Strain differentiation in beet yellows virus. Author: Moseley, Julie. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of East Anglia Current Institution: University of East Anglia Date of Award: Sugar beet diseases and pests Share: Terms and. Jun 21,  · The task turned difficult and was achieved after a lengthy struggle, rewarded by allowing (1) the rapid diagnosis of the first incidences of natural spread of a severe CTV-VT strain in our region and (2) finding that the CTV particle isolation protocol, with some modifications, was also useful for Beet yellows virus (BYV) particles, leading to their assignment in the Closterovirus group, the first group Author: Moshe Bar-Joseph.

Comparisons of Beet Yellows Virus Isolates from Arizona E. RUPPEL' R eceived for pUblication OctoiJer ] Beet yello'ws, incited by the beet yellows virus (BYV), vvas discovered in sugarbeet seed fields in the Salt River Valley of Bennett (1) differentiated strain 5 of BYV from strains 2.

Beet necrotic yellow vein virus is the etiological agent of one of the most devastating sugar beet viral diseases: rhizomania. This review This review describes the molecular biology of the rhizomania disease, the functions of the BNYVV encoded proteins, the consequences of theirCited by: Yellowing diseases of sugar beet have recently been reported from Australia by L.

Stubbs (Plant Diseases Conference (Duplicated Report) Australian Agricultural Council, Melbourne, ) and from the United States [see above, p. ], but whether they are identical with beet yellows virus disease in Europe [C.M.I, map No.

; R.A.M., 33, p. ; next abstract and above, p. ] is as yet Cited by: 6. SSCP has been applied for strain differentiation of beet necrotic yellow vein virus, but its sensitivity for detecting mutations was highly variable (Koenig et al., ).

The success of SSCP depends on (a) the particular DNA fragments being evaluated, and (b) optimization of experimental conditions to maximize differential electrophoretic migration among charlesrosier.com by: differentiation of the three genotypes of BrYV.

Keywords: Brassica yellows virus, Genotype, Multiplex RT-PCR, Detection, Crucifer crops Background Brassica yellows virus is a newly identified species in the genus of Polerovirus, which was closely related to, but distinct from Tunip yellows virus (TuYV) in terms of P0, P3, P4 and P5 gene charlesrosier.com by: 3.

Turnip mild yellows virus (Rev. appl. Mycol. ) A virus with isometric particles c. 26 nm in diameter. Transmitted by several species of aphids in the persistent (circulative) manner, but not by sap inoculation.

It has a wide host range among commercially important crop plants. Distribution. The Beet western yellows virus (BWYV) genome (accession number NC_) contains six ORFs.

The gene products from ORF1 and 2 are involved in the viral replicase. The gene products from ORF1 and 2 are involved in the viral replicase. The sugar Beta vulgaris pathogen Beet Mild Yellows Virus was inoculated utilizing the aphid Myzus persicae into the theoretical account works, Arabidopsis thaliana.

This led to two workss which expressed possible opposition in the signifier of BMYV-ss-Sna-1 and susceptibleness BMYV-SS-Col Differentiation between cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus and beet pseudo-yellows virus by a reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assay. Author.

Livieratos, I.C. Coutts, Robert H.A. Katis, N. Attention. / Abstract. SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS. Symptoms of Beet yellows virus, Beet western yellow virus and Beet chlorosis virus are very similar and typically first observed on older leaves that begin to yellow in the area between the veins where small reddish brown spots often appear, giving the leaves a distinct bronze cast.

Eventually leaves become thick, leathery, and brittle. Beet yellow stunt virus and beet yellows virushave several characteristics in common. Both are transmitted in a semi-persistent manner by aphids, and both have long, flexuous filamentous particles.

The viruses induce yellowing diseases of sugarbeet and Chenopodium capitatum(a major indicator host of beet yellows virus). They differ markedly. Beet yellows virus (BYV) is a plant pathogenic virus of the family Closteroviridae. Beet yellows virus is transmitted by multiple species of aphid and causes a yellowing disease in Beta vulgaris and Spinacia charlesrosier.com: Closteroviridae.

Nov 01,  · Infections of plants by subviral RNA agents, alone or in association with virus genomic RNA molecules, are well known. The ST9 strain of beet western yellows virus encapsidates not only the kilobase genomic RNA that is typical of luteoviruses, but also a kilobase-associated RNA that has a distinct nucleotide charlesrosier.com by: The nucleotide sequence of satellite tobacco necrosis virus strain C and helper-assisted replication of wild-type and mutant clones of the virus.

Differentiation between cucurbit yellow stunting disorder virus and beet pseudo-yellows virus by a reverse transcription-polymerase chain Cited by: Nov 22,  · The three genotypes of BrYV and Tunip yellows virus (TuYV) could be differentiated simultaneously using six optimized specific oligonucleotide primers, including one universal primer for detecting BrYV, three BrYV genotype-specific primers, and a pair of primers for specific detection of charlesrosier.com by: 3.

persicae Sulz., with one of the virulent strains of beet yellows virus (Bennett's isolate 5, "Brawlcy strain"). For thc cytochemical studies at the light micro- scope level, leaves of various ages were fixed in formalin-acetic alcohol, dehydrated in a tertiary butyl alcohol series, and embedded in paraplast.

results in the purification of another luteovirus, barley yellow dwarf virus, which also is localized in phloem tissue (Il, 12). Esau and Hoefert (8,9) published an electron microscopic study of BWYV-infected sugar beet.

In beet, virus particles only rarely were found between the cisternae of the endoplasmic reticulum in sieve elements. Review of Beet pseudoyellows virus genome structure built the consensus genome organization of cucumber strains and highlighted the unique feature of strawberry strain.(BYDV-PAV-IL), a strain of beet western yellows virus from California (BWYV-CA) and a dwarfing strain of soybean dwarf virus from Japan [SDV-D), Indirect ELISA (lND-ELISA) systems detected distant reciprocal serological relationships among ail three viruses.

This is the first report of a serological relationship between a vector-non-specific strain of BYDV and any strain oi' SDV. Double antibody.Growth Rate of Young Sugar Beet Roots as a Measure. of Resistance to Virus Yellows.J. M. FIFE' Received for publication.'Jo1lember 16, In charlesrosier.com Considerable time may be required to obtain substantial results in breeding for resistance.

to. virus yellovvs. The lack of criteria.