Arch Virol (2008) 153:759–762 DOI 10.1007/s00705-008-0039-4 ANNOTATED SEQUENCE RECORD Sequences of the smallest double-stranded RNAs associated with cherry chlorotic rusty spot and Amasya cherry diseases L. Covelli Æ Z. Kozlakidis Æ F. Di Serio Æ A. Citir Æ S. Ac ¸ıkgo ¨ z Æ C. Herna ´ ndez Æ A. Ragozzino Æ R. H. A. Coutts Æ R. Flores Received: 2 November 2007 / Accepted: 21 December 2007 / Published online: 19 February 2008 Springer-Verlag 2008 Introduction comprise the genomic components of a member of a new tentative species of the genus Partitivirus , and (3) Cherry chlorotic rusty spot (CCRS) and Amasya cherry another four display their highest similarity with members disease (ACD) are two disorders that affect cherry in Italy of the family Totiviridae . Because members of these  and Turkey . Both diseases have similar symptoms three taxa typically infect fungi, and because microscopy and are associated with a complex pattern of double- observations have identiﬁed a fungus-like organism in the stranded RNAs (dsRNAs), absent from healthy-looking affected leaf tissues , these data support a fungal eti- material . The dsRNAs were presumed to have a viral ology for CCRS and ACD diseases. In addition
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