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Tamada, Tetsuo Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR)Okayama University
Kondo, Hideki Institute of Plant Science and Resources (IPSR), Okayama University Kakenhi
Abstract
About 20 species of viruses belonging to five genera, Benyvirus, Furovirus, Pecluvirus, Pomovirus and Bymovirus, are known to be transmitted by plasmodiophorids. These viruses have all positive-sense, single-stranded RNA genomes that consist of two to five RNA components. Three species of plasmodiophorids are recognized as vectors: Polymyxa graminis, P. betae, and Spongospora subterranea. The viruses can survive in soil within the long-lived resting spores of the vector. There are biological and genetic variations in both virus and vector species. Many of the viruses are causal agents of important diseases in major crops such as rice, wheat, barley, rye, sugar beet, potato, and groundnut. Control is dependent on the development of resistant cultivars. During the last half century, several virus diseases have rapidly spread worldwide. For six major virus diseases, we address their geographical distribution, diversity, and genetic resistance.
Keywords
Soil-borne viruses
Benyvirus
Furovirus
Pecluvirus
Pomovirus
Bymovirus
Vector transmission
Plasmodiophorids
Polymyxa
Spongospora
Published Date
2013-05-28
Publication Title
Journal of General Plant Pathology
Volume
volume79
Issue
issue5
Publisher
Springer
Start Page
307
End Page
320
ISSN
1345-2630
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AA11449093
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Journal Article
language
英語
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岡山大学
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Tamada, T. & Kondo, H. J Gen Plant Pathol (2013) 79: 307. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10327-013-0457-3