Mutations in Turnip mosaic virus genomes that have adapted to Raphanus sativus
The genetic basis for virulence in potyviruses is largely unknown. Earlier studies showed that there are two host types of Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV); the Brassical Raphanus (BR)-host type infects both Brassica and Raphanus systemically, whereas the Brassica (B)-host type infects Brassica fully and systemically, but not Raphanus. The genetic basis of this difference has been explored by using the progeny of an infectious clone, p35Tunos; this clone is derived from the UK1 isolate, which is of...[Show more]
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