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Multiple species of defective RNAS in plants infected with Florida strains of citrus tristeza virus
Year:
1995
Authors :
בר-יוסף, משה
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גפני, רון
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מוואסי, מוניר
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Volume :
108
Co-Authors:

Mietkiewska, E.; Hilf, M. E.; Ashulin, L.; Karasev, A. V.; Garnssey, S. M.; Dawson, W. O.

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109
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112
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Total pages:
4
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Abstract:

Multiple species of defective RNAs (D-RNAs) were found in citrus plants infected with several Israeli and Florida isolates of the citrus tristeza virus (CTV). These D-RNAs consist of 5' and 3' terminal fragments of the CTV RNA and lack most of the genetic information contained in the CTV genome. The overall organization of the CTV-specific D-RNAs is similar to the structure of defective-interfering RNAs (DIs) found in other plant viruses. These DIs are known to modulate symptom expression in infected plants mitigating or delaying development of the virus infection. Investigations aimed at finding possible association of the CTV-specific D-RNAs with particular symptoms in different citrus hosts are under way.

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Related Files :
Citrus tristeza virus
Citrus tristeza virus
Florida
hybridization
Polymerase Chain Reaction
RNA
viruses and viroids
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Language:
אנגלית
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Scientific Publication
Multiple species of defective RNAS in plants infected with Florida strains of citrus tristeza virus
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Mietkiewska, E.; Hilf, M. E.; Ashulin, L.; Karasev, A. V.; Garnssey, S. M.; Dawson, W. O.

Multiple species of defective RNAS in plants infected with Florida strains of citrus tristeza virus

Multiple species of defective RNAs (D-RNAs) were found in citrus plants infected with several Israeli and Florida isolates of the citrus tristeza virus (CTV). These D-RNAs consist of 5' and 3' terminal fragments of the CTV RNA and lack most of the genetic information contained in the CTV genome. The overall organization of the CTV-specific D-RNAs is similar to the structure of defective-interfering RNAs (DIs) found in other plant viruses. These DIs are known to modulate symptom expression in infected plants mitigating or delaying development of the virus infection. Investigations aimed at finding possible association of the CTV-specific D-RNAs with particular symptoms in different citrus hosts are under way.

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