Zantedeschia mosaic virus causing leaf mosaic symptom in calla lily is a new potyvirus

Zantedeschia mosaic virus causing leaf mosaic symptom in calla lily is a new potyvirus A novel virus, Zantedeschia mosaic virus (ZaMV-KR), causing mosaic and malformation symptoms was isolated from calla lily ( Zantedeschia spp.) in Korea and its biological and molecular properties were characterized. The virus was distinct from Dasheen mosaic virus , an Araceae-infecting potyvirus, by serological and sequence analyses. Multiple alignments of the CP amino acid sequence between the virus and other potyviruses showed 51.8 to 62.1% identity. Phylogenetic analyses of the CP revealed that the virus could be clustered with Plum pox virus and Turnip mosaic virus . Sequence comparison of the CP gene between the virus and three other ZaMV isolates from Taiwan showed over 93.9% identity, and most of amino acids changes occurred in the N-terminal region. Sequence comparison of 3′ NTR revealed homology levels of 27.0 to 47.9% between the virus and other potyviruses. Our results support ZaMV as a distinct species of the genus Potyvirus . http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Virology Springer Journals

Zantedeschia mosaic virus causing leaf mosaic symptom in calla lily is a new potyvirus

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Springer-Verlag
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Copyright © 2002 by Springer-Verlag/Wien
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Legacy
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0304-8608
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1432-8798
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10.1007/s00705-002-0899-y
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Abstract

A novel virus, Zantedeschia mosaic virus (ZaMV-KR), causing mosaic and malformation symptoms was isolated from calla lily ( Zantedeschia spp.) in Korea and its biological and molecular properties were characterized. The virus was distinct from Dasheen mosaic virus , an Araceae-infecting potyvirus, by serological and sequence analyses. Multiple alignments of the CP amino acid sequence between the virus and other potyviruses showed 51.8 to 62.1% identity. Phylogenetic analyses of the CP revealed that the virus could be clustered with Plum pox virus and Turnip mosaic virus . Sequence comparison of the CP gene between the virus and three other ZaMV isolates from Taiwan showed over 93.9% identity, and most of amino acids changes occurred in the N-terminal region. Sequence comparison of 3′ NTR revealed homology levels of 27.0 to 47.9% between the virus and other potyviruses. Our results support ZaMV as a distinct species of the genus Potyvirus .

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Archives of VirologySpringer Journals

Published: Nov 1, 2002

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