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Host range, symptom expression and RNA 3 sequence analyses of six Australian strains of Cucumber mosaic virus



Host range, symptom expression and RNA 3 sequence analyses of six Australian strains of Cucumber mosaic virus



Australasian Plant Pathology 33(4): 505-512



We have characterised six Australian Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) strains belonging to different subgroups, determined by the sequence of their complete RNA 3 and by their host range and the symptoms they cause on species in the Solanaceae, Cucurbitaceae and on sweet corn. These data allowed classification of strains into the known three CMV subgroups and identification of plant species able to differentiate the Australian strains by symptoms and host range.

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DOI: 10.1071/ap04054



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