Arch Virol (2011) 156:2309–2311 DOI 10.1007/s00705-011-1124-7 ANNOTATED SEQUENCE RECORD Characterization of cucumber vein-clearing virus, a whiteﬂy (Bemisia tabaci G.)-transmitted carlavirus • • Wulf Menzel Mathew M. Abang Stephan Winter Received: 4 August 2011 / Accepted: 15 September 2011 / Published online: 29 September 2011 Springer-Verlag 2011 Introduction transmissible muskmelon vein necrosis virus (MuVNV). MYaV has only been reported from Brazil, and it has not Many important ﬁeld crops belong to the plant family been determined if watermelon is susceptible to the virus. Cucurbitaceae, and those are commonly affected by a MuVNV was ﬁrst reported in California (U.S.A.) in 1952 multitude of fungal and viral diseases. Viruses known to be and is probably present in China too. It has a narrow host involved belong to greatly differing genera (Potyvirus, range, almost restricted to members of the Cucurbitaceae Polerovirus, Cucumovirus, Tospovirus, Geminivirus, . Here, we report the biological and genome character- Crinivirus, Ipomovirus). istics of a member of a new carlavirus species, for which A watermelon (Citrullus lanatus) sample with severe we suggest the name cucumber vein-clearing virus leaf symptoms was collected in 2009 in Tanzania. By (CuVCV). electron microscopy, large ﬁlamentous, ﬂexuous particles resembling those of potyviruses and shorter, carlavirus-like
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Dec 1, 2011
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