Another (Mon 4-8-2013) rose virus paper from Minnesota
Title: "Complete nucleotide sequence of rose yellow vein virus, a member of the family Caulimoviridae having a novel genome organization"
I have the full paper. The following were of interest to me:
"The virus and the disease were transmissible by grafting, but not by aphid or mechanical transmission, and only to rose
(Rosa spp.) ."
"Virus used for genomic DNA characterization in this study was obtained from naturally infected plants of the rose cv. Dr. Merkeley in Minnesota, USA."
"The data presented in Fig. 2 illustrate that RYVV does not align with members of any of the six known genera in the family Caulimoviridae and support the conclusion, mentioned above, that RYVV is a distinct new member of this family."
Here is a link that might be useful: link to abstract