Complete nucleotide sequences of Tobacco leaf curl Japan virus (TbLCJV) isolates from infected tomato ( Lycopersicon esculentum ) plants in Nara (-(Jp2), 2764 nt; -(Jp3), 2761 nt), Kochi (-(Koc), 2760 nt) and Yamaguchi (-(Yam), 2758 nt) Prefectures, of Japan were determined. These sequences were compared with each other and the sequences of further begomoviruses from Japan. TbLCJV, TbLCJV-(Jp2), TbLCJV-(Jp3), TbLCJV-(Koc), TbLCJV-(Yam), Honeysuckle yellow vein mosaic virus (HYVMV), Eupatorium yellow vein virus (EpYVV), EpYVV-(MNS2), EpYVV-(SOJ3), EpYVV-(Yam) and EpYVV-(Tob) are monophyletic. The intergenic region (IR) of TbLCJV has highest nucleotide sequence identity with that of HYVMV (93%) whereas the rest of the genomic DNA had higher identity with that of TbLCJV-(Jp2) or -(Jp3) (91 ∼ 100%) than with that of HYVMV. In conclusion, TbLCJV has a chimeric genome which may have arisen by recombination between TbLCV-(Jp2) or -(Jp3)-like and HYVMV-like ancestors. Similarly, TbLCJV-(Yam) DNA has a hybrid genome, with a major parent HYVMV and minor parent TbLCJV-(Koc).
Archives of Virology – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 1, 2004
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