Arch Virol (2006) 151: 1461–1465 DOI 10.1007/s00705-006-0756-5 Complete genome sequence of Daphne mosaic virus – a potyvirus from an ornamental shrub related to papaya leaf distortion mosaic virus Annotated Sequence Report K. Petrzik and J. Frano ´ va ´ Department of Plant Virology, Institute of Plant Molecular Biology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Ceske ´ Budejo ˇ vice, Czech Republic Received December 1, 2005; accepted March 1, 2006 Published online April 12, 2006 c Springer-Verlag 2006 Introduction Since 1938, when the ﬁrst observation of a virus-like disease in daphne was recorded , about 15 different viruses have been found in different Daphne species. Among them, two potyviruses have been detected: daphne Y virus in New Zealand, with a particle length of 733 nm , and a second virus, also named daphne Y virus, in Germany, with particles of 750 nm in length and serologically related to turnip mosaic virus . The ﬁlamentous virus found in the Czech Republic has particles of modal length equal to 696 nm and induces the formation of inclusion bodies that are identical to those of the German isolate, but it is not mechanically transmissible to Chenopodium quinoa and C. amaranticolor,in contrast
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