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Lilac ring mottle virus: a coat protein-dependent virus with a tripartite genome


, : Lilac ring mottle virus: a coat protein-dependent virus with a tripartite genome. Acta Horticulturae (59): 113-118

LRMV is a spherical multicomponent virus consisting of 2 centrifugal nucleoprotein components, and containing 4 RNA components, designated RNA 1,2,3 and 4 in order of decreasing molecular mass. The fast centrifugal component (B) contains RNA 1 and 2 and small amounts of RNA 3 and 4. This component is infectious. The slow centrifugal nucleoptrotein (T) contains only RNA 3 and 4 and is not infectious. It can however, slightly enhance the infectivity of B.

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