Beet luteovirus coat protein sequence variation and the implications for coat protein mediated protection

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De Miranda, J. R., Stevens, M., De Bruyne, E., Smith, H. G., Bird, C. and Hull, R. I. 1995. Beet luteovirus coat protein sequence variation and the implications for coat protein mediated protection. Annals of Applied Biology. 127 (1), pp. 113-124.

AuthorsDe Miranda, J. R., Stevens, M., De Bruyne, E., Smith, H. G., Bird, C. and Hull, R. I.
Abstract

The sequences of cDNA clones covering the coat protein genes of 29 isolates of beet mild yellowing virus from sugar beet and beet western yellows virus mainly from oilseed rape were compared. The sequences could be partitioned into seven distinct clusters falling into three main groups. Group 1 isolates were found both in oilseed rape and sugar beet mainly from north Europe; group 2 isolates were from hosts other than sugar beet in England and France; group 3 isolates were beet-specific and found from northern Italy and Iran. The factors affecting this variation and its significance in relation to coat protein-mediated protection are discussed.

KeywordsAgriculture, Multidisciplinary
Year of Publication1995
JournalAnnals of Applied Biology
Journal citation127 (1), pp. 113-124
Open accessPublished as non-open access
Funder project or code217
ISSN00034746
PublisherWiley

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