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Characterization of a cucumber mosaic virus isolate causing leaf crinkle and severe mosaic of Amaranthus in India



Characterization of a cucumber mosaic virus isolate causing leaf crinkle and severe mosaic of Amaranthus in India



Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology 19(1): 97-100



A virus causing leaf crinkle, severe mosaic of Amaranthus tricolor and seed yield losses in A. hypochondriacus was characterized as an isolate of cucumber mosaic virus on the basis of aphid transmission by nonpersistent manner, presence of 28 nm isometric particles, 26 kd viral coat protein subunits in SDS-PAGE and close serological relationship with CMV-C strain. Nucleic acid extracted from purified particles was ssRNA and infectious. The electrophoretic pattern of RNA species of the virus isolate revealed multiple RNAs and was similar to the CMV RNA pattern.

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DOI: 10.1080/07060669709500581


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