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Symptom expression in tobacco infected with cucumber mosaic virus.

Peter L. Roberts

Symptom expression in tobacco infected with cucumber mosaic virus.

by Peter L. Roberts

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Microbiology.

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To investigate the genetic determinants of severe chlorotic spot symptoms in cucumber mosaic virus (CMV[Y])-inoculated tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum 'Ky57') leaves, symptom expression was compared among tobaccos (N. tabacum 'Ky57', N. tabacum 'Xanthi nc', and their hybrids) inoculated with CMV(Y), CMV(O), or pseudorecombinants of both strains of CMV. Fig. 3. Yellow mosaic caused by TRSV. TRSV can only be confirmed using a serological or PCR test and not on symptoms alone. Symptoms vary because crops can be infected by a mixture of viruses, and also, the cultivar, strain of virus, and growing environment can affect symptom expression. Control: No resistant cultivars are available. The.

Abstract. Symptoms are the observable effects that a virus has on the growth, development and metabolism of an infected host plant. In the early days of plant virology, symptoms were of major importance, for they were the main means by which a virus disease was diagnosed and named.   Enhanced resistance to tomato mosaic virus, CMV, potato virus Y, and tomato spotted wilt virus has been reported in tobacco, impatiens, and chrysanthemum plants expressing the pac1 ribonuclease gene from Schizosaccharomyces pombe [39–41]. Although the expression of a double-strand-specific RNase gene can induce resistance to some viruses.

Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV)-encoded 2b protein from subgroup IA or subgroup II was shown to be a determinant of virulence in many solanaceous hosts. In this study, the virulence of 2b proteins from subgroup IB strains was analysed using four intraspecies hybrid viruses, which were generated by precise replacement of the 2b open reading frame (ORF) in subgroup IA strain Fny-CMV with the 2b . The systemic infection by tobacco mosaic virus of tobacco plants containing the N gene at temperatures below 28°C. Journal of Phytopathology, Whitham S, Dinesh-Kumar SP, Choi D, Hehl R, Corr C, Baker B, The product of the tobacco mosaic virus resistance gene N: similarity to Toll and the interleukin-1 receptor.


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Symptom expression in tobacco infected with cucumber mosaic virus by Peter L. Roberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

M strain of Cucumber mosaic virus (M-CMV) is highly virulent to the tobacco plants, but the disease development process includes a transient recovery period when the newly emerged leaves appear nearly healthy.

Thus, M-CMV infection of Xanthi tobacco plants provides an ideal model for investigating host gene expression changes associated with disease by: Symptoms of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) infection and accumulation of viral RNA in inoculated leaves of NC82 and Taiyan8.

(A) Symptoms of CMV infection on inoculated leaves of two cultivars at 5 days post inoculation (dpi). Hypersensitive response like necrotic lesions on the inoculated Taiyan8 leaves at 5 dpi are indicated by the red by: 2.

Although infection of tobacco (cv. Xanthi nc.) with the P6 strain of cucumber mosaic virus (GMV) causes a severe chlorosis in contrast to the mild symptoms induced by the W strain, the time course and extent of accumulation of infecdvity was essentially similar for both by: 4. Symptoms of Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) infection and accumulation of viral RNA in inoculated leaves of NC82 and Taiyan8.

(A) Symptoms of Cited by: 2. Abstract. InDolichos lab lab infected with Dolichos enation mosaic virus (DEMV) symptom expression is more severe in winter than in summer, while relative virus concentration, assayed serologically, is higher in summer than in winter. The virus concentration reaches its highest peak on the 8th day after inoculation in the first trifoliate leaves that emerge after inoculation of primary leaves Author: A.

Ramadasan. Plant Disease Cucumber Mosaic Virus, Tobacco Streak Virus, and Cucumber Mosaic Virus Satellite RNA Associated with Mosaic and Ringspot Symptoms in Ajuga reptans in Ohio J. Fisher and S. Nameth, Department of Plant Pathology, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University, Columbus   The results showed that symptom severity is correlated to the miRNA accumulation, and increased miR expression during virus infection is a common, plant- and virus-independent response.

Tobacco microRNAs prediction and their expression infected with Cucumber mosaic virus and Potato virus X | SpringerLink. The small RNA from cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) we had formerly referred to as RNA 5 was shown to have a satellite nature similar to CARNA 5 (Kaper and Tousignant,Virol –) and Sat-RNA (Mossop and Francki,Virol –).Our satellite RNA has a great deal in common with CARNA 5 and Sat-RNA in many respects, except that its replication causes a striking Cited by: Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is globally distributed and has a host range of > plant species, including common tobacco, Nicotiana tabacum L.

In N. tabacum, CMV can cause severe systemic mosaic symptoms such as leaf distortion and chlorosis, leading to severe yield losses every year in many areas of China.

Because CMV is very difficult to control solely with exogenous chemicals. Cucumber mosaic virus coat protein modulates the accumulation of 2b protein and antiviral silencing that causes symptom recovery in planta July PLoS Pathogens 13(7):e   Abstract.

A yellow strain of cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) [CMV(Y)] induces a resistance response characterized by inhibition of virus systemic movement with development of necrotic local lesions in the virus-inoculated leaves of Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype C In this report, the avirulence determinant in the virus genome was defined and the resistance gene (RCY1) of C24 was.

Dissemination from infected transplants produced in southern states has not been demonstrated. Major Pepper Virus. Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is one of the most important virus diseases of pepper worldwide.

The virus exists as a number of strains, but all are apparently capable of infecting pepper and differ only in symptom expression. Tobacco microRNAs prediction and their expression infected with Cucumber mosaic virus and Potato virus X Article in Molecular Biology Reports 38(3) March with 48 Reads.

Progeny of transgenic tobacco plants expressing the cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) coat protein (CP +) or its antisense transcript (antisense–CP) were protected from CMV infection. Symptom. Recently, a Cucumber mosaic virus(CMV) strain, named as CMV, was isolated from Glycine soja. In this study, symptom expression of CMV was analyzed in detail in Nicotiana benthamianaby comparing with that of CMV-Fny, which is a representative strain of CMV.

Using infectious cDNA clones of CMV strains and Fny, symptom expression of various pseudorecombinants between these two Author: Mi Sa Vo Phan, Jang-Kyun Seo, Hong-Soo Choi, Su-Heon Lee, Kook-Hyung Kim.

The Q strain of CMV (CMV-Q) did not induce symptoms on tobacco plants, while an infection by the recombinant virus, CMV-M QCP, resulted Cited by: In tobacco plants, the Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) pepo strain induces mosaic symptoms, including pale green chlorosis and malformed tissues. Here, we characterized the involvement of 2b protein and coat protein (CP) in the development of mosaic symptoms.

Abstract. Arabidopsis thaliana ecotype Columbia (Col-0) is susceptible to the yellow strain of cucumber mosaic virus [CMV(Y)], whereas ecotype C24 is resistant to CMV(Y).

Comprehensive analyses of ~9, expressed sequence tags in ecotypes Col-0 and C24 infected with CMV(Y) suggested that the gene expression patterns in the two ecotypes differed.

A protein in the oxygen-evolving complex in the chloroplast is associated with symptom expression on tobacco leaves infected with cucumber mosaic virus strain Y. Cited by:   1. Viruses. Jul 29;10(8). pii: E doi: /v Epigenetic Changes in the Regulation of Nicotiana tabacum Response to Cucumber Mosaic Virus Infection and Symptom Recovery through Single-Base Resolution Methylomes.

1. Introduction. Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), type member of the genus Cucumovirus, family Bromoviridae, caused yellow mosaic, leaf distortion, crinkle and stunt symptoms on Nicotiana glutinosa, has isometric particles and a positive-sense RNA with a tripartite strains of CMV support replication of a satellite RNA (satRNA) that depends on viral helper functions for its replication.Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) was identified in samples collected from the four locations on the basis of transmission to and symptoms exhibited by a range of diagnostic host plants (1), observation of isometric particles (≅30 nm) in crude sap preparations from the infected plants by electron microscopy, and positive reaction using double.Often infected cucumbers are bitter.

In celery, CMV can cause streaking and spotting and can be often confused with symptoms of the celery mosaic virus. Symptoms of CMV in lettuce can be similar to those of lettuce mosaic virus. Infected plants show symptoms of chlorosis, stunting and .