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Molecular characterization of genetically distinct strains of bean pod mottle virus


Molecular characterization of genetically distinct strains of bean pod mottle virus



Phytopathology 92(6 Suppl): S32



ISSN/ISBN: 0031-949X

BPMV (genus Comovirus), an economically important pathogen of soybean, has a positive sense single stranded bipartite RNA genome, designated RNA1 and RNA2. We have previously reported the occurrence in nature of two distinct subgroups of BPMV strains (subgroups I and II), as well as reassortants between the two subgroups, that can be clearly distinguished based on nucleic acid hybridization and nucleotide sequence analyses. Now we report on the production of infectious full-length cDNA clones of genomic RNAs 1 and 2 from representative strains of the two subgroups and reassortants. Interestingly, the reassortant strains induced severe to very severe symptoms on their soybean host plants, whereas strains in either subgroup I or II induced only mild or moderate symptoms. This phenomenon was also observed when pseudorecombinants were constructed in the laboratory from heterologous infectious transcripts. The availability of the infectious cDNA clones from genetically distinct strains makes it possible to generate the appropriate chimeric constructs that allow reaping the determinants of symptom severity.

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