blueberry mosaic, ophioviruses, negative-strand RNA virus, diversity, variation, International Society for Horticultural Science, https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1117.18, XXIX International Horticultural Congress on Horticulture: Sustaining Lives, Livelihoods and Landscapes (IHC2014): II International Berry Fruit Symposium: Interactions! For these diseases we have the luxury of isolation from production areas where they are known to occur. The virus was mechanically transmissible to several herbaceous hosts. 1117_42 Should we be concerned about red raspberry responses to low and moderate levels of Na and Cl over extended periods of time? Blueberry mosaic disease (BMD) was first described more than 60 years ago and is caused by a yet unidentified graft transmissible agent. Local and Global Berry Research and Innovation, ripening, reduced yield, and poor quality of berries (Varney, Therewereseveralunsuccessfulattemptsinthepasttoidentif, disease. Initially it was thought to be genetic variegation but, for virus purification and electron microscopic examination ha, (Ramsdell and Stretch, 1987). Here, we report the genomic struc, detection methods identified the virus in all symptomatic sampl, blueberrygrowingareasindicatingtheperfectassociationoft, the green house and used for DOP-RT (Degenerate oligonucleotide, obtainedbynext-generationsequencingusingthe, proteins and RT-PCRswere conducted on 11 mosaic samples to det, sequences were closely associated with the virus and disease. I, complete RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RdRp) prot, (Figure 1), retrieved from GenBank. Phy, RNA-dependent RNA polymerase sequences. The tree was generated, predicted amino acid sequences of virus isolates were determine, likelihoodmethodwith1000bootstrapreplicates., kDa protein did not show similarity with any known viral protei, and 107 nt long intergenic region. The RNA 2 of BlMaV is 1934 n, between these RNAs, while The 3’ termini of all three RNAs were highly identical and, dependent-RNApolymerase;IGR:Intergenicregion;CP:Nucleocap, * Initial denaturation at 98°C for 30 s followed by 35 cy, 72°C-25 s and final extension for 1 min at 72, at 98° C for 5 s and annealing and extension at 72, extension at 72° C for 1 min. ansas, Fayetteville, AR, 72701, USA;, blueberrymosaic,ophioviruses,negative-strandRNAvirus,di, onditionsusedforgenomeamplificationanddiversityanalysis, ectionanddiscoverypipelineusingnextgeneration, ,54–60http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.virol.2014.09.019.PubMed, 2011). A discovery 70 years in the making:, a, G., Grau,O., Flores, R., Moreno, P, ),167–176http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00705-004-0403-y.PubMed, ,299–304http://dx.doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2009.810.38., . Partial characterization of virus-like particles, ), 49–61 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-, . (2012). Population structure of Blackberry yellow, Virus Diseases of Small Fruits, Agriculture, ), 2629–2642 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s007050070012., ce,andmaximumparsimonymethods.Mol.Biol., ),2731–2739http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/molbev/msr121.PubMed, ld, M., Ponder, B.A., and Tunnacliffe, A. (1992). Degenerate, ,234–240http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.virusr, V.,andLisa,V.(1997).Partialcharacterizationofa, ),2131–2146http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s007050050231.PubMed, , and Milne, R.G. (2006). Ophioviruses infecting. HBeAg was detected more frequently in genotype C than in genotype B (68.4% vs 33.3%, P<0.05) and basal core promoter (BCP) mutation (T1762/A1764) was more frequently found in genotype C than in genotype B. Twelve of the 38 genotype C strains possessed C at nucleotide (nt) position 1858 (C-1858). AFM93820.1), LBVaV-Lettuce big-vein associated virus (Acc. Virus details and findings are published in “A new ophiovirus is associated with blueberry mosaic disease by T. Thekke-Veetil et. In computer simulation analyses, ML tree inference algorithms in MEGA5 compared favorably with other software packages in terms of computational efficiency and the accuracy of the estimates of phylogenetic trees, substitution parameters, and rate variation among sites. Blueberry mosaic symptoms have been observed in many production areas. An undescribed virus, here named ranunculus white mottle virus, was isolated in Italy from cultivated ranunculus showing mottle and distortion of leaves. Cucumber mosaic virus CMV (Gurkenmosaikvirus) Raspberry leaf mottle RLMV. Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. YP_089661.1), TSWV-Tomato spotted wilt virus (Acc. ResearchGate has not been able to resolve any citations for this publication. In the past decade, much has been made of the power of molecular sequences for inferring evolutionary history. Virus diseases also are spread by diseased plants from infected nursery stock. This virus is reported to have rigid rod-shaped particles, a divided double-stranded RNA genome, and one capsid protein of 48 kD, but has not been isolated or rigorously shown to cause the disease. Blueberry mosaic associated ophiovirus (BLMAV0) Menu . For example, in Arkansas, BYVaV, blackberry chlorotic ringspot virus and BLMaV are the viruses more frequently found in BYVD plants, whereas in North and South Carolina the combination of BYVaV, BLMaV with TRSV is more prominent. Shoestring (Blueberry shoestring virus) Shoestring is a widespread disease of blueberry in Michigan and New Jersey and has also been detected in Washing- ton, Oregon and New Brunswick, Canada. among strains of M. thermoformicicum and M. thermoautotrophicum which may represent different species. The genome organization of BLSV is typical of members of subgroup C, with the replication-associated polyprotein in RNA 1, and the movement and coat proteins of the virus encoded in the single polyprotein of RNA2. No. Purified preparations, but not viral RNAs, when mechanically inoculated, were infectious. We developed a degenerate oligonucleotide primed RT-PCR method with multiple barcodes for NGS, and constructed VirFind, a bioinformatics tool specifically for virus detection and discovery able to: (i) map and filter out host reads, (ii) deliver files of virus reads with taxonomic information and corresponding Blastn and Blastx reports, and (iii) perform conserved domain search for reads of unknown origin. (1992) Cauliflower Mosaic Virus reverse transcriptase—activation by proteolytic processing and functional alteration by terminal deletion. Vaccinium L. 1. XXIX IHC – Proc. Comparative analysis of molecular sequence data is essential for reconstructing the evolutionary histories of species and inferring the nature and extent of selective forces shaping the evolution of genes and species. The virus, tentatively named Blueberry mosaic associated virus (BlMaV), is a putative member of the genus Ophiovirus with a genome comprised of three negative-sense RNAs (RNAs 1-3). It should be expected that as blueberry cultivation continues to expand into new areas, the plants will become exposed to viruses that have not previously been observed in blueberry. The majority of BYVD plants develop yellowing along the main veins of the leaf. No. Identification of resistance to the virus and mite vector. Host range, tissue tropism, particle morphology and coat protein size place the virus closest to citrus psorosis-ringspot and tulip mild mottle mosaic viruses. Genome type. It contrasts inferred amount of molecular change (i.e., branch length) and first appearance estimates derived from the fossil record for the new hypothesis. Blueberry mosaic associated ophiovirus [BLMAV0] Blueberry red ringspot virus [BRRV00] Blueberry scorch virus [BLSCV0] Blueberry shock virus [BLSHV0] Blueberry shoestring virus [BSSV00] Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris Lee et al. : Evidence for a Formate-Utilizing Ancesto... A phylogenetic analysis and new delimitation of Crepidiastrum (Asteraceae, tribe Cichorieae), Genotype and phylogenetic characterization of hepatitis B virus among multi-ethnic cohort in Hawaii. Journal: Virus Res. Raspberry leaf spot RLSV. Blueberry leaf mottle virus, peach rosette mosaic virus, and blueberry virus A (blueberry bronze leaf curl disease) are present in Michigan. All cases of genotype B were composed of recombinant strains with genotype C in the precore plus core region named genotype Ba. Journal of Biological Chemistry 267: 11579-11585. virus-like symptoms and growing in proximity to blue-berry bushes were collected for testing. 1117_43 Preliminary studies of different composts that could impact black raspberry production and health benefits, 1117_44 Protected cropping of strawberry plants in subtropical Queensland, 1117_45 Influence of air humidity enrichment under high tunnel conditions on some quantitative and qualitative parameters of strawberry fruit, 1117_46 The effect of long-day treatment on runners and inflorescences on everbearing strawberry cultivar 'Capri', 1117_47 Strawberry plant architecture in different cultivation systems, 1117_48 Developing an e-book to teach cold climate strawberry farming, 1117_49 Estimating production costs and profitability of strawberry genotypes in southeast Queensland using plant traits, 1117_50 The sustainable improvement of European berry production, quality and nutritional value in a changing environment: strawberries, currants, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries – the EUBerry project, 1117_51 Effect of abscisic acid and paclobutrazol on cold hardiness of rabbiteye blueberry (Vaccinium ashei Reade), 1117_52 TDZ, 2iP and zeatin in blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum L. 'Duke') in vitro proliferation and organogenesis, 1117_53 Rooting of blueberry hardwood cuttings treated with indolebutyric acid (IBA) and pro-rooting, 1117_54 Comparative growth of blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) cultivated in two different planting ridge heights against water-logging damage, 1117_55 Dynamics of nutrient uptake in raspberry plants, 1117_56 'Autumn Bliss' raspberry production using different plant densities in the Mexican central valley, 1117_57 Influence of crown size on plant growth, flowering and yield of day-neutral strawberry cultivars, 1117_58 Effect of photoperiod on flowering in everbearing strawberry 'Natsuakari', 1117_59 Photoperiod extension effect on nursery tray-plants of everbearing strawberry, 1117_60 Effects of high temperature on pollen performance in ever-bearing strawberry cultivars, 1117_61 Misshapen fruits in 'Capri' strawberry are affected by temperature and fruit thinning. irus was found in many diseased plants and symptoms were very similar to those attributed to the virus in the past. Several viruses have been identified in BYVD-affected plants. 30 s and a final e. 50°C-15 s and 72°C-30 s with MyFi DNA polymerase. Keller, R.R. Genome organization and phylogenetic analysis indicates that BlMaV resembles Citrus psorosis virus, the type member of the family Ophioviridae. Blueberry shoestring virus BSSV. A combination of traditional methods and next generation sequencing disclosed the presence of a new ophiovirus in symptomatic plants. Three complete genomes and 61 core promoter/precore regions of HBV were sequenced directly. ADX01591.1), RGSV-Rice grassy stunt virus (Acc. A total of 13 samples were collected and tested by RT-PCR for the presence of BlMaV. Any planting of raspberries is likely to decline over time as result of virus infection. Enter the password that accompanies your e-mail or user number. Thekke-Veetil T(1), Polashock JJ(2), Marn MV(3), Plesko IM(3), Schilder AC(4), Keller KE(5), Martin RR(5), Tzanetakis IE(6). Serological detection of viruses. Rubus stunt phytoplasma. In the past, blueberry mosaic symptoms appeared to spread very slowly or not at all, while in recent years, the disease has been spreading within fields and appearing in new fields. No. BLSV is most closely related to Peach rosette mosaic virus, a subgroup C Nepovirus that also infects blueberry. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the distribution of HBV genotypes and their clinical relevance in Hawaii. Originally, it was thought the disease was caused by tobacco ringspot virus (TRSV), as the v. Working in the epidemiology of virus and disease. Blueberry latent virus: an amalgam of the Partitiviridae and Totiviridae. Fruit is reduced in quantity and quality … Phylogenetic analyses conducted on 1200 nucleotides of coding regions in RNAs 2 and 3 of 59 North American and European isolates revealed significant amino acid conservation among isolates. It is available free of charge from http://www.megasoftware.net.
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