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Satellite RNA of cucumber mosaic virus. I. Comparison of the capacity of satellite RNAs isolated from several strains of the virus to induce tomato necrosis


Satellite RNA of cucumber mosaic virus. I. Comparison of the capacity of satellite RNAs isolated from several strains of the virus to induce tomato necrosis



Agronomie 1(10): 927-932



ISSN/ISBN: 0249-5627

The necrotic syndrome on tomato induced by CMV is associated with the presence of RNA-5. When added to viral genomes I17F, K and M inducing fern leaf symptoms, RNA-5 of various strs. (I17N, D, TL and S) caused necrosis on inoculated plants. Str. R of CMV could not induce necrosis although much RNA-5 was synthesized. On inoculating I17F, K or M with CMV-R satellite RNA mosaic and fern leaf induced by the genome alone were greatly reduced.

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