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Studies on the nucleotide sequence of pea early browning virus

Matthew G. Goulden

Studies on the nucleotide sequence of pea early browning virus

by Matthew G. Goulden

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, School of Biological Sciences, 1990.

Statementby Matthew G. Goulden.
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Open LibraryOL13928051M

In the first report on the analysis of sequence data from 26 tula accessions with ~15x average genome coverage, 3,, mapped single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) were described and first estimates of nucleotide diversity (θw = and θπ = bp−1), population scaled recombination rate and rate of decay of linkage Cited by: 5. To counteract host antiviral RNA silencing, plant viruses express suppressor proteins that function as pathogenicity enhancers. The genome of the Tomato chlorosis virus (ToCV) (genus Crinivirus, family Closteroviridae) encodes an RNA silencing suppressor, the protein p22, that has been described as having one of the longest lasting local suppressor activities when assayed in Nicotiana by: 2.

  Special nucleotide sequences at the ends of DNA molecules. They do not contain genes and typically consist of multiple repetitions of one short . 40) A current view of how the human and chimpanzee can share most of their nucleotide sequence yet exhibit significant phenotypic differences is that many of the most important sequence differences alter _____. A) structural genes. B) the number of repeated sequences. C) regulatory sequences D) environmental factors.

Information flows from gene to protein through two major processes, transcription and translation (see Campbell, Figure 17'2)' Transcription: The synthesis of RNA using DNA as a template. I gene's unique nucleotide sequence is transcribed from DNA to a "o*-pl"."ntary .   Drought is a major abiotic stress decreasing global crop production and food security 1, may become even more severe owing to global warming uently, understanding and improving crop tolerance to drought is a top target in current plant biology and breeding research 1,2,4,t tolerance is a complex trait controlled by polygenes, involving multiple physiological and Cited by: 4.


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Studies on the nucleotide sequence of pea early browning virus by Matthew G. Goulden Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pea early browning virus (PEBV) is a plant pathogenic virus. External links. ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database: Pea early browning virus; Family Groups - The Baltimore Method This plant virus article is a stub.

You can help Wikipedia by expanding it Family: Virgaviridae. A form of pea early-browning virus (PEBV), found in many crops of peas and a few of lucerne on sandy soils in Norfolk and Suffolk, was transmitted by inoculation of sap to many herbaceous species.

Detection of Pea Early-Browning Virus and Pea Seed-borne Mosaic Virus on. Pisum sativum. Safety precautions.

Ensure you are familiar with hazard data and take appropriate safety precautions, espe-cially during preparation of buffers, grinding, autoclaving, and weighing out of ingredients. We have determined the complete nucleotide sequence of RNA1 of the tobravirus pea early browning virus [PEBV] from an overlapping series of cDNA clones.

The nucleotide sequence contains four. It has come to my attention that the recently published paper by Li Su et al., “The complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of pea streak virus (genus Carlavirus)” claims that the authors determined “the first complete genome sequence of PeSV” (Arch Virol DOI /s; submitted March 13th, accepted May 23rd, – as seen in the online Author: Lev Nemchinov.

The nucleotide sequence of RNA2 from the British pea early browning tobravirus str. SP5 was determined. The RNA includes 3 open reading frames flanked by 5′ and 3′ noncoding regions of and nucleotides. The open reading frames specify coat protein, a K product homologous to the K product of tobacco rattle tobravirus (TRV) RNA2 and a 23K product not homologous to any Cited by: 1.

Virus Res. Dec;39() Complete nucleotide sequence of enterovirus 71 is distinct from poliovirus. Brown BA(1), Pallansch MA.

Author information: (1)Division of Viral and Rickettsial Diseases, National Center for Infectious Diseases, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GAUSA. [email protected] by: (i) Abstract Nucleotide sequence data from several pea {Fisian sativum L.) seed storage protein genes was obtained.

Of two legumin genes sequenced, one was shown to be a pseudogen. Pea early-browning virus (PEBV) was first found in the Netherlands (Bos and van der Want, ) and now includes a range of isolates including one initially described as broad bean yellow band virus (Russo et al., ; Robinson and Harrison, b).

The known geographical distributions of individual tobraviruses and the more important diseases. VIROLOGY() Construction and Analysis of Infectious Transcripts Synthesized from Full-Length cDNA Clones of Both Genomic RNAs of Pea Early Browning Virus STUART A.

MACFARLANE,1 CORRIN V. WALLIS, SALLY C. TAYLOR,2 MATTHEW G. GOULDEN,* K. ROGER WOOD, AND JEFFREY W. DAVIES Department of Virus Research, John Innes Institute for Plant Cited by: Regnum: Virus Group IV: ssRNA(+) Ordo: Unassigned Familia: Virgaviridae Genus: Tobravirus Species: Pea early-browning virus.

Name. Pea early-browning virus. References. ICTV Virus Taxonomy ; Vernacular names. In the early stages of the cell cycle, progression from one phase to the next is controlled by characteristic protein complexes called _____ cyclin CDKs A key protein in the mammalian cell's response to DNA damage, is a protein called the _____________.

Mutations were introduced into four genes encoded by RNA2 of pea early browning virus (PEBV) to determine their possible involvement in the transmission of this virus by nematodes. Deletion of 28 amino acids from the C-terminus of the coat protein abolished the formation of virus by:   Development of a TRV-Based Expression Vector.

TRV vectors have been used for foreign gene expression by adding a fragment carrying the coat protein gene subgenomic promoter isolated from the pea early brown virus RNA genome (MacFarlane and Popovich, ).Here, we modified the TRV RNA2-derived vector pYL (Dong et al., ) by inserting the PEBV CP subgenomic promoter Cited by: Pea early‐browning tobravirus Pea early‐browning tobravirus BOULTON, R.

Plant Pathology () 45, 13–28 R. BOULTON Plant Breeding International Cambridge Ltd, Maris Lane, Trumpington, Cambridge CB2 2LQ, UK A disease of pea caused by pea early-browning virus was first described in the Netherlands, and shortly afterwards was reported from England.

Start studying Bio. Chapter Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The nucleotide sequence of potato virus X RNA. K G Skryabin, A S Kraev, Morozov SYu, M N Rozanov, B K Chernov, L I Lukasheva, and J G Atabekov Institute of Molecular Biology, USSR Academy of Sciences, by: GenBank Accession Nos.

KT, KT, KT, KT, KT and KT 98, 99, 92, 99 and 85 % nucleotide sequence identity with Leek yellow stripe virus (AB), Onion yellow dwarf virus (KR), Ornamental onion stripe mosaic virus (OrOSMV; EU) Pea early browning virus (PEBV; X) Tobacco rattle virus Author: J.

Scrace, J.O. Denton, G.R.G. Clover. A case of acute liver failure due to hepatitis E virus, liver transplantation and development of de novo autoimmune hepatitis. HOTAIR/miR axis-mediated Hexokinase 2 expression promotes chemoresistance in human by: Pea seed-borne mosaic virus: a review Ravinder Kumar KHETARPAL Yves MAURY LN.R.A., Pathologie végétale, Centre de Recherches de Versailles, Versailles SUMMARY Pea seed-borne mosaic virus (PSbMV), an economically significant seed-transmitted virus of pea has been commonly found in pea germplasm collections of many virus is suspected to have spread.

Extraordinary size variation of higher plant nuclear genomes is in large part caused by differences in accumulation of repetitive DNA. This makes repetitive DNA of great interest for studying the molecular mechanisms shaping architecture and function of complex plant genomes.

However, due to methodological constraints of conventional cloning and sequencing, a global description of repeat Cited by: Studies were conducted to determine the complete genome sequence of a Cowpea mild mottle virus (CPMMV) isolate from Ghana. The type isolate of CPMMV used in this study was collected from cowpea in the eastern region of Ghana.

Nicotiana clevelandii and/or N. hesperis were used for CPMMV propagation and maintenance at 4-week intervals. In order to verify the vector transmissibility of the Cited by: The complete nucleotide sequence and genome organization of the M RNA segment of peanut bud necrosis tospovirus and comparison with other tospoviruses virus-complementary strand) encoded a protein with a predicted size of kDa which was identified as the glycoprotein precursor (GP) of the G1 and G2 glycoproteins.

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