Arch Virol (2005) 150: 399–402 DOI 10.1007/s00705-004-0422-8 Complete sequence of the RNA1 of an isolate of White clover cryptic virus 1, type species of the genus Alphacryptovirus Annotated Sequence Record 1 2 G. Boccardo and T. Candresse Istituto di Virologia Vegetale, CNR, Torino, Italy Equipe de Virologie, INRA et Universite ´ Bordeaux 2, Villenave d’Ornon, France Received August 16, 2004; accepted August 16, 2004 Published online October 21, 2004 Springer-Verlag 2004 Introduction Plant cryptic viruses, are intriguing agents very tightly associated with their host plants. They form isometric particles which encapsidate a double stranded RNA (dsRNA) genome with 2 or 3 components. Like other members of the Partitiviridae, which include viruses of fungi, they do not seem to cause symptoms in their hosts. They are transmitted by the ovule and by pollen to the seed embryo but there is no graft-transmission and apparently no cell-to-cell transport, except at cell division. The only known mode of transmission is by seed. The cryptic viruses are classiﬁed in two genera, Alphacryptovirus and Betacryptovirus, according to differences in particle morphology and size of the genomic dsRNAs . White clover cryptic virus 1 (WCCV1) is the type species of the genus Alphacryptovirus but
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