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Further Characterization of Panicum Mosaic Virus and Its Associated Satellite Virus

Published on Jan 1, 1984in Phytopathology3.264
· DOI :10.1094/Phyto-74-313
F. G. Buzen1
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C. L. Niblett1
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+ 2 AuthorsM. A. Newman1
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Abstract Panicum mosaic virus (PMV) is a helper RNA virus for satellite RNAs (satRNAs) and a satellite virus (SPMV). Here, we describe modifications that occur at the 3′-end of a satRNA of PMV, satS. Co-infections of PMV+satS result in attenuation of the disease symptoms induced by PMV alone in Brachypodium distachyon and proso millet. The 375 nt satS acquires ~100–200 nts from the 3′-end of PMV during infection and is associated with decreased abundance of the PMV RNA and capsid protein in mill...
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Abstract Over six decades ago, panicum mosaic virus (PMV) was identified as the first viral pathogen of cultivated switchgrass ( Panicum virgatum ). Subsequently, PMV was demonstrated to support the replication of both a satellite RNA virus (SPMV) and satellite RNA (satRNA) agents during natural infections of host grasses. In this study, we report the isolation and full-length sequences of two PMV satRNAs identified in 1988 from St. Augustinegrass ( Stenotaphrum secundatum ) and centipedegrass (...
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We have identified the genome of a novel viral satellite in deep sequence analysis of double-stranded RNA from grapevine. The genome was 1,060 bases in length, and encoded two open reading frames. Neither frame was related to any known plant virus gene. But translation of the longer frame showed a protein sequence similar to those of other plant virus satellites. Other than in commonalities they shared in this gene sequence, members of that group were extensively divergent. The reading frame in ...
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#1Kranthi K. Mandadi (A&M: Texas A&M University)H-Index: 14
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Panicum mosaic virus (PMV) and its satellite virus (SPMV) together infect several small grain crops, biofuel, and forage and turf grasses. Here, we establish the emerging monocot model Brachypodium (Brachypodium distachyon) as an alternate host to study PMV- and SPMV-host interactions and viral synergism. Infection of Brachypodium with PMV+SPMV induced chlorosis and necrosis of leaves, reduced seed set, caused stunting, and lowered biomass, more than PMV alone. Toward gaining a molecular underst...
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