Arch Virol (2006) 151: 1243–1247 DOI 10.1007/s00705-006-0760-9 Biological and sequence data suggest that potato rough dwarf virus (PRDV) and potato virus P (PVP) are strains of the same species Annotated Sequence Report 1 2 3 3 G. A. Massa , M. E. Segretin , M. Colavita , M. F. Riero , 2 1 F. Bravo-Almonacid , and S. Feingold Laboratorio de Biotecnolog´ ıa Agr´ ıcola, PROPAPA, INTA Balcarce, Argentina INGEBI-CONICET, Vuelta de Obligado, Argentina Laboratorio de analisis ´ de semillas de papa, PROPAPA, INTA Balcarce, Argentina Received October 19, 2005; accepted March 2, 2006 Published online April 10, 2006 c Springer-Verlag 2006 Virus provenance Potato rough dwarf virus (PRDV, genus Carlavirus) was originally described in Argentina by Butzonitch et al. . Potato virus P (PVP) had been reported previously in Brazil  and also catalogued as a member of the genus Carlavirus . PRDV presents frequent asymptomatic infections, and when symptoms ap- pear, causes dwarﬁsm, leaf deformation, leaf roughness, and systemic interveinal chlorosis . Until now, PVP has been reported to be asymptomatic . Nicotiana occidentalis has been used as propagation host and inoculated mechanically at the 3–4 leaf stage with sap from infected leaves from original virus
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2006
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