|Title:||Comparison of two strains of peanut stripe virus in Taiwan||Authors:||Chang, C. A.
Purcifull, D. E.
Zettler, F. W.
|Issue Date:||Aug-1990||Publisher:||American Phytopathological Society||Journal Volume:||74||Journal Issue:||8||Start page/Pages:||593-596||Source:||Plant Disease||Abstract:||
Two strs (Ts and Tc) of peanut stripe potyvirus (PStV) naturally occurring in groundnut in Taiwan were isolated. PStV-Ts induced severe mosaic and systemic necrotic symptoms differing from the stripe symptoms induced by PStV-Tc and previously described PStV isolates. The biological properties of PStV-Ts were very similar to those of PStV-Tc and other known PStV isolates. Seed transmission rates of PStV-Ts in groundnut averaged 12.5%. The purified capsid and cylindrical inclusion proteins of PStV-Ts consisted of single species of protein monomer with MW of 36 000 and 71 000, respectively. In serological tests, PstV-Ts was indistinguishable from PStV-Tc and 2 PStV isolates from the USA but different from 14 other potyviruses.
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