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Apple latent spherical virus (ALSV) vectors were evaluated for virus-induced gene silencing (VIGS) of endogenous genes among a broad range of plant species. ALSV vectors carrying partial sequences of a subunit of magnesium chelatase (SU) and phytoene desaturase (PDS) genes induced highly uniform knockout phenotypes typical of SU and PDS inhibition on model plants such as Cited by: PDF | On Jan 1, , Sue A. Tolin and others published Purification and Serology of Peanut Mottle Virus | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. apricot latent virus (ALV), test-plants: DOI: /ActaHortic Abstract: Apricot latent virus (ALV) was identified from symptomless apricot (variety Silistra N4) brought to Moldova from Bulgaria. Typical yellowish-green spots on leaves of peach seedlings appeared after chip-budding of infected apricot buds on healthy seedlings. Incidence of hop latent virus (HpLV), hop mosaic virus (HpMV), and Prunus necrotic ringspot virus [PNRSV (apple, A, and intermediate, I, serotypes)] was assessed in 6 Australian-bred hop cultivars.
Adams, A. N., and Barbara, D., , Host range, purification and some properties of two carlaviruses from hops (Humulus lupulus): Hop latent and American hop latent. Purification, Properties, and Serology of Carnation Yellow Fleck Virus Article (PDF Available) in Phytopathology 66(7) January with 27 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Part of the The Viruses book series (VIRS) Abstract. One of Purification and serology of a virus associated with the grape yellow vein disease, Phytopathology Forster, R. L. S., and Mohamed, N. A., , Purification and properties of Australian lucerne latent virus, a seed-borne virus having affinities with nepoviruses, Ann. Abo El-Nil, M. M., Zettler, F. W., and Hiebert, E., , Purification, serology, and some physical properties of dasheen mosaic virus, Phytopathology
Partial Purification, Morphology, and Serology of Dahlia Mosaic Virus Of the three viruses commonly infecting dahlias (Dahlia pinnata Cav.) in Britain and elsewhere, much less is known about dahlia mosaic virus (DMV) than cucumber mosaic or tomato spotted wilt viruses. Some in vitro properties of DMV were described fifteen years ago (-?); the. Its properties resemble those of the tentative closterovirus, apple chlorotic leaf spot (ACLSV), but no serological relationship was detected to this or to any of 18 other filamentous viruses. Viruses range in size from: a nm b. nm c. μm d nm e. μm; A structural component that is found in all viruses is: envelope b. DNA c. Capsid d. Tail fibers e. Spikes; A chemical component that is found in all viruses is: n b. Lipid c. DNA d. RNA e. Glycoproteins; A common polyhedral capsid shape. The occurrence and some properties of black rasp- berry latent virus. Phytopathol DE SEQUEIRA, 0. A. (). Purification and serology of an apple mosaic virus. Virol FINCH, J. W. and KLUG, A. (). Structure of viruses of the papilloma-polyoma type. III. Structure of rabbit papilloma virus. J. Mol. Biol. 13,