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Molecular analysis of the coat protein of Potato virus Y isolates in Greece suggests multiple introduction from different genetic pools



Molecular analysis of the coat protein of Potato virus Y isolates in Greece suggests multiple introduction from different genetic pools



Journal Of Phytopathology8: 2, 73-80



The phylogenetic relationships among <i>Potato virus Y</i> (PVY) isolates from northern and southern Greece were investigated. A large part of coat protein gene of 49 tobacco isolates and three from pepper was examined. The analysis showed that all 52 isolates consisted of 34 distinct haplotypes, with only one haplotype found in both northern and southern regions. The southern population was more diverse than that from the north.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1439-0434.2009.01579.x



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