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Two novel mastreviruses from chickpea (Cicer arietinum) in Australia

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Thomas, J.E., Parry, J.N., Schwinghamer, M.W. and Dann, E.K. (2010) Two novel mastreviruses from chickpea (Cicer arietinum) in Australia. Archives of Virology, 155 (11). pp. 1777-1788.

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Article Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00705-010-0763-4

Publisher URL: http://www.springer.at


Two novel mastreviruses (genus Mastrevirus; family Geminiviridae), with proposed names chickpea chlorosis virus (CpCV) and chickpea redleaf virus, are described from chickpea (Cicer arietinum) from eastern Australia. The viruses have genomes of 2,582 and 2,605 nucleotides, respectively, and share similar features and organisation with typical dicot-infecting mastreviruses. Two distinct strains of CpCV were suggested by phylogenetic analysis. Additionally, a partial mastrevirus Rep sequence from turnip weed (Rapistrum rugosum) indicated the presence of a distinct strain of Tobacco yellow dwarf virus (TYDV). In phylogenetic analyses, isolates of Bean yellow dwarf virus, Chickpea chlorotic dwarf Pakistan virus and Chickpea chlorotic dwarf Sudan virus from southern and northern Africa and south-central and western Asia clustered separately from these three viruses from Australia. An Australian, eastern Asian, or south-eastern Asian origin for the novel mastreviruses and TYDV is discussed.

Item Type:Article
Corporate Creators:Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI), Agri-Science, Crop and Food Science
Business groups:Crop and Food Science
Additional Information:© Springer-Verlag.
Keywords:Chlorotic dwarf virus; molecular characterization; nucleotide-sequence; North Africa; West Asia; geminivirus; replication; plants; phylogenies; legume; chickpea.
Subjects:Plant pests and diseases > Individual or types of plants or trees
Science > Microbiology > Virology
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