Another (Mon 4-8-2013) rose virus paper from Minnesota

henry_kuskaApril 8, 2013

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.) [4]."

"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

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Thanks, Henry

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