plant viruses

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Summary: Viruses parasitic on plants.

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  1. Niehl A, Heinlein M. Cellular pathways for viral transport through plasmodesmata. Protoplasma. 2011;248:75-99 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses use plasmodesmata (PD) to spread infection between cells and systemically...
  2. Cosson P, Sofer L, Schurdi Levraud V, Revers F. A member of a new plant gene family encoding a meprin and TRAF homology (MATH) domain-containing protein is involved in restriction of long distance movement of plant viruses. Plant Signal Behav. 2010;5:1321-3 pubmed publisher
    ..However, these data also highlight striking similarities of the RTM resistance with the well known R-gene mediated resistance...
  3. S mera M, Truve E. The genome organization of lucerne transient streak and turnip rosette sobemoviruses revisited. Arch Virol. 2013;158:673-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The hypothetical beginning of ORF1b was mapped as the beginning of ORF2a/2a2b for both TRoV and LTSV. Computional analysis revealed transmembrane segments at the N-termini of the TRoV and LTSV polyproteins...
  4. Chiba S, Kondo H, Tani A, Saisho D, Sakamoto W, Kanematsu S, et al. Widespread endogenization of genome sequences of non-retroviral RNA viruses into plant genomes. PLoS Pathog. 2011;7:e1002146 pubmed publisher
    ..Our study has shown that single- and double-stranded RNA viral sequences are widespread in plant genomes, and shows the potential of genome integrated NRVSs to contribute to resolve unclear phylogenetic relationships of plant species...
  5. Elena S, Carrera J, Rodrigo G. A systems biology approach to the evolution of plant-virus interactions. Curr Opin Plant Biol. 2011;14:372-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we review studies identifying host genes regulated by viruses and discuss how these genes integrate in host regulatory and interaction networks, with a particular focus on the physical properties of these networks...
  6. Firth A, Wills N, Gesteland R, Atkins J. Stimulation of stop codon readthrough: frequent presence of an extended 3' RNA structural element. Nucleic Acids Res. 2011;39:6679-91 pubmed publisher
  7. Chiba S, Kondo H, Miyanishi M, Andika I, Han C, Tamada T. The evolutionary history of Beet necrotic yellow vein virus deduced from genetic variation, geographical origin and spread, and the breaking of host resistance. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2011;24:207-18 pubmed publisher
    ..Our studies suggest that BNYVV originally evolved in East Asia and has recently become a pathogen of cultivated sugar beet followed by the emergence of new resistance-breaking variants...
  8. Postnikova O, Nemchinov L. Comparative analysis of microarray data in Arabidopsis transcriptome during compatible interactions with plant viruses. Virol J. 2012;9:101 pubmed publisher
    ..Even though several summarizing attempts have been made, a general picture of gene expression changes in susceptible virus-host interactions is lacking...
  9. Senthil Kumar M, Mysore K. New dimensions for VIGS in plant functional genomics. Trends Plant Sci. 2011;16:656-65 pubmed publisher
    ..In this review, we will discuss the limitations of VIGS and suitable solutions. In addition, we also describe the recent improvements and future prospects of using VIGS in plant biology...

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  1. Martinière A, Macia J, Bagnolini G, Jridi C, Bak A, Blanc S, et al. VAPA, an innovative "virus-acquisition phenotyping assay" opens new horizons in research into the vector-transmission of plant viruses. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e23241 pubmed publisher
  2. Blanc S, Uzest M, Drucker M. New research horizons in vector-transmission of plant viruses. Curr Opin Microbiol. 2011;14:483-91 pubmed publisher
    Understanding the mechanisms controlling vector-transmission of plant viruses requires integrating information from at least three different viewpoints: virus-vector interactions, plant-vector interactions and virus-plant interactions...
  3. Elena S, Fraile A, García Arenal F. Evolution and emergence of plant viruses. Adv Virus Res. 2014;88:161-91 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter puts emergence of plant viruses into the framework of evolutionary ecology, genetics, and epidemiology...
  4. Shang J, Xi D, Xu F, Wang S, Cao S, Xu M, et al. A broad-spectrum, efficient and nontransgenic approach to control plant viruses by application of salicylic acid and jasmonic acid. Planta. 2011;233:299-308 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses cause many diseases that lead to significant economic losses...
  5. Desbiez C, Moury B, Lecoq H. The hallmarks of "green" viruses: do plant viruses evolve differently from the others?. Infect Genet Evol. 2011;11:812-24 pubmed publisher
    ..This review presents an update of our knowledge of the phylogenetic and evolutionary characteristics of plant viruses and their relation to their plant hosts, in comparison with viruses infecting other organisms.
  6. Scholthof K, Adkins S, Czosnek H, Palukaitis P, Jacquot E, Hohn T, et al. Top 10 plant viruses in molecular plant pathology. Mol Plant Pathol. 2011;12:938-54 pubmed publisher
    ..scientists, if not all, feel that their particular plant virus should appear in any list of the most important plant viruses. However, to our knowledge, no such list exists...
  7. Wu Z, Ren X, Yang L, Hu Y, Yang J, He G, et al. Virome analysis for identification of novel mammalian viruses in bat species from Chinese provinces. J Virol. 2012;86:10999-1012 pubmed
    ..These findings have expanded our understanding of the viromes of bats in China and hinted at the presence of a large variety of unknown mammalian viruses in many common bat species of mainland China...
  8. Mehle N, Ravnikar M. Plant viruses in aqueous environment - survival, water mediated transmission and detection. Water Res. 2012;46:4902-17 pubmed publisher
    The presence of plant viruses outside their plant host or insect vectors has not been studied intensively...
  9. Maroniche G, Sagadín M, Mongelli V, Truol G, del Vas M. Reference gene selection for gene expression studies using RT-qPCR in virus-infected planthoppers. Virol J. 2011;8:308 pubmed publisher
    ..In order to normalize the resulting quantitative data, reference genes with constant expression during the experimental procedures are needed...
  10. Fahim M, Larkin P. Designing effective amiRNA and multimeric amiRNA against plant viruses. Methods Mol Biol. 2013;942:357-77 pubmed publisher
    ..Resistance is confirmed using mechanical virus inoculation over two subsequent generations. This example demonstrates the potential of polycistronic amiRNA to achieve stable immunity to economically important viruses...
  11. Shemyakina E, Erokhina T, Gorshkova E, Schiemann J, Solovyev A, Morozov S. Formation of protein complexes containing plant virus movement protein TGBp3 is necessary for its intracellular trafficking. Biochimie. 2011;93:742-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The C-terminal transmembrane segment is found to be an essential signal of TGBp3 intracellular transport to peripheral sites...
  12. Llave C. Virus-derived small interfering RNAs at the core of plant-virus interactions. Trends Plant Sci. 2010;15:701-7 pubmed publisher
    ..The contribution of vsiRNAs to antiviral defense and host genome modifications has profound implications for our understanding of viral pathogenicity and host specificity in plants...
  13. Dietzgen R, Kuhn J, Clawson A, Freitas Astua J, Goodin M, Kitajima E, et al. Dichorhavirus: a proposed new genus for Brevipalpus mite-transmitted, nuclear, bacilliform, bipartite, negative-strand RNA plant viruses. Arch Virol. 2014;159:607-19 pubmed publisher
  14. Qu J, Ye J, Geng Y, Sun Y, Gao S, Zhang B, et al. Dissecting functions of KATANIN and WRINKLED1 in cotton fiber development by virus-induced gene silencing. Plant Physiol. 2012;160:738-48 pubmed publisher
    ..Our results provide evidence that the TRV-VIGS system can be used for rapid functional analysis of genes involved in cotton fiber development...
  15. Fraile A, García Arenal F. The coevolution of plants and viruses: resistance and pathogenicity. Adv Virus Res. 2010;76:1-32 pubmed publisher
    ..Here, we review evidence supporting plant-virus coevolution and point to areas in need of attention to understand the role of viruses in plant ecosystem dynamics, and the factors that determine virus emergence in crops...
  16. Zhu F, Zhang P, Meng Y, Xu F, Zhang D, Cheng J, et al. Alpha-momorcharin, a RIP produced by bitter melon, enhances defense response in tobacco plants against diverse plant viruses and shows antifungal activity in vitro. Planta. 2013;237:77-88 pubmed publisher
    ..The ?-MMC showed a remarkable antiviral and antifungal effect and hence could possibly be exploited in crop protection for controlling certain important plant diseases...
  17. Wright K, Cowan G, Lukhovitskaya N, Tilsner J, Roberts A, Savenkov E, et al. The N-terminal domain of PMTV TGB1 movement protein is required for nucleolar localization, microtubule association, and long-distance movement. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2010;23:1486-97 pubmed publisher
    ..The results suggest that PMTV TGB1 requires interaction with nuclear components and, possibly, microtubules for long-distance movement of viral RNA...
  18. Wylie S, Jones M. Hardenbergia virus A, a novel member of the family Betaflexiviridae from a wild legume in Southwest Australia. Arch Virol. 2011;156:1245-50 pubmed publisher
    ..The protein encoded by ORF2 has homology with p30-like viral movement proteins. The predicted genome organization and phylogeny of gene products places Hardenbergia virus A within the family Betaflexiviridae...
  19. Melzer M, Sether D, Borth W, Hu J. Characterization of a virus infecting Citrus volkameriana with citrus leprosis-like symptoms. Phytopathology. 2012;102:122-7 pubmed publisher
    ..arnottianus and were >98% identical to the RNAs isolated from C. volkameriana. We contend that the virus described in this study is HGSV, and propose that it be the type member of a new virus genus, Higrevirus...
  20. Ng T, Duffy S, Polston J, Bixby E, Vallad G, Breitbart M. Exploring the diversity of plant DNA viruses and their satellites using vector-enabled metagenomics on whiteflies. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e19050 pubmed publisher
    ..Discovery of these plant viruses is hindered by the traditional approach of sampling individual symptomatic plants...
  21. Burgyan J, Havelda Z. Viral suppressors of RNA silencing. Trends Plant Sci. 2011;16:265-72 pubmed publisher
    ..This review highlights the current understanding of and new insights into the mechanisms and functions of plant VSRs...
  22. Harries P, Ding B. Cellular factors in plant virus movement: at the leading edge of macromolecular trafficking in plants. Virology. 2011;411:237-43 pubmed publisher
    To establish systemic infection, plant viruses must be localized to the correct subcellular sites to accomplish replication and then traffic from initially infected cells into neighboring cells and even distant organs...
  23. Van Regenmortel M, Burke D, Calisher C, Dietzgen R, Fauquet C, Ghabrial S, et al. A proposal to change existing virus species names to non-Latinized binomials. Arch Virol. 2010;155:1909-19 pubmed publisher
    ..The rationale for the proposed change is presented...
  24. Wylie S, Li H, Dixon K, Richards H, Jones M. Exotic and indigenous viruses infect wild populations and captive collections of temperate terrestrial orchids (Diuris species) in Australia. Virus Res. 2013;171:22-32 pubmed publisher
    ..The implications of the findings of this study for orchid conservation, and particularly reintroduction programs where viruses may be spread inadvertently to wild populations from infected propagation sources, are discussed...
  25. Andika I, Kondo H, Nishiguchi M, Tamada T. The cysteine-rich proteins of beet necrotic yellow vein virus and tobacco rattle virus contribute to efficient suppression of silencing in roots. J Gen Virol. 2012;93:1841-50 pubmed publisher
    Many plant viruses encode proteins that suppress RNA silencing, but little is known about the activity of silencing suppressors in roots...
  26. Hohn T, Vazquez F. RNA silencing pathways of plants: silencing and its suppression by plant DNA viruses. Biochim Biophys Acta. 2011;1809:588-600 pubmed publisher
    ..This article is part of a Special Issue entitled: MicroRNA's in viral gene regulation...
  27. Rodrigo G, Carrera J, Ruiz Ferrer V, Del Toro F, Llave C, Voinnet O, et al. A meta-analysis reveals the commonalities and differences in Arabidopsis thaliana response to different viral pathogens. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e40526 pubmed publisher
    ..and compare genes that are differentially regulated upon infection with seven distinct (+)ssRNA and one ssDNA plant viruses. In the first approach, we established lists of genes differentially affected by each virus and compared their ..
  28. Schoelz J, Harries P, Nelson R. Intracellular transport of plant viruses: finding the door out of the cell. Mol Plant. 2011;4:813-31 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses are a class of plant pathogens that specialize in movement from cell to cell...
  29. Lico C, Schoubben A, Baschieri S, Blasi P, Santi L. Nanoparticles in biomedicine: new insights from plant viruses. Curr Med Chem. 2013;20:3471-87 pubmed
    ..b>Plant viruses have a size particularly suitable for nanoscale applications and can offer several advantages...
  30. Yin X, Xu F, Zheng F, Li X, Liu B, Zhang C. Molecular characterization of segments S7 to S10 of a southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus isolate from maize in northern China. Virol Sin. 2011;26:47-53 pubmed publisher
    ..These results confirm the proposed taxonomic status of SRBSDV as a distinct species of the genus Fijivirus and indicate that JNi4 is an isolate of SRBSDV. Shandong is so far the northernmost region where SRBSDV is found in China...
  31. Al Rwahnih M, Daubert S, Urbez Torres J, Cordero F, Rowhani A. Deep sequencing evidence from single grapevine plants reveals a virome dominated by mycoviruses. Arch Virol. 2011;156:397-403 pubmed publisher
    ..Five of the mycoviruses identified in the total grapevine extract were identified again in extracts of the fungal cultures...
  32. Roossinck M. The big unknown: plant virus biodiversity. Curr Opin Virol. 2011;1:63-7 pubmed publisher
    ..biodiversity are in their infancy, but with new technologies we can expect to see more information about novel plant viruses in the near future...
  33. Nicholson B, White K. 3' Cap-independent translation enhancers of positive-strand RNA plant viruses. Curr Opin Virol. 2011;1:373-80 pubmed publisher
    Positive-strand RNA plant viruses that are neither 5'-capped nor 3'-polyadenylated use nontraditional mechanisms to recruit ribosomes to the 5'-end of their viral genomes...
  34. Taliansky M, Brown J, Rajamäki M, Valkonen J, Kalinina N. Involvement of the plant nucleolus in virus and viroid infections: parallels with animal pathosystems. Adv Virus Res. 2010;77:119-58 pubmed publisher
    ..This chapter will highlight studies showing how plant viruses recruit nucleolar functions to facilitate virus translation and replication, virus movement and assembly of ..
  35. Wang A, Krishnaswamy S. Eukaryotic translation initiation factor 4E-mediated recessive resistance to plant viruses and its utility in crop improvement. Mol Plant Pathol. 2012;13:795-803 pubmed publisher
    ..Interestingly, of the 14 natural recessive resistance genes against plant viruses that have been cloned from diverse plant species thus far, 12 encode the eukaryotic translation initiation ..
  36. Walia J, Falk B. Fig mosaic virus mRNAs show generation by cap-snatching. Virology. 2012;426:162-6 pubmed publisher
    ..These data suggest that FMV generates 5' capped mRNAs via cap-snatching, similar to strategies used by other negative-sense multipartite ssRNA viruses...
  37. Ishikawa K, Maejima K, Komatsu K, Kitazawa Y, Hashimoto M, Takata D, et al. Identification and characterization of two novel genomic RNA segments of fig mosaic virus, RNA5 and RNA6. J Gen Virol. 2012;93:1612-9 pubmed publisher
    ..Our findings thus indicate that these newly discovered RNA segments are previously unidentified FMV genomic segments, which we have designated RNA5 and RNA6...
  38. McGavin W, Mitchell C, Cock P, Wright K, MacFarlane S. Raspberry leaf blotch virus, a putative new member of the genus Emaravirus, encodes a novel genomic RNA. J Gen Virol. 2012;93:430-7 pubmed publisher
    ..The amino acid sequence of the P5 protein does not suggest any potential function; however, when expressed as a GFP fusion, it localized as small aggregates in the cytoplasm near to the periphery of the cell...
  39. Pallas V, Garcia J. How do plant viruses induce disease? Interactions and interference with host components. J Gen Virol. 2011;92:2691-705 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses are biotrophic pathogens that need living tissue for their multiplication and thus, in the infection-defence equilibrium, they do not normally cause plant death...
  40. Pan H, Chu D, Yan W, Su Q, Liu B, Wang S, et al. Rapid spread of tomato yellow leaf curl virus in China is aided differentially by two invasive whiteflies. PLoS ONE. 2012;7:e34817 pubmed publisher
    ..Following the introduction of Q biotype into China in 2003, the prevalence and spread of TYLCV started to accelerate. This has lead to the hypothesis that the two biotypes might not be equally competent vectors of TYLCV...
  41. Syller J. Facilitative and antagonistic interactions between plant viruses in mixed infections. Mol Plant Pathol. 2012;13:204-16 pubmed publisher
    Mixed infections of plant viruses are common in nature, and a number of important virus diseases of plants are the outcomes of interactions between causative agents...
  42. Malmstrom C, Melcher U, Bosque Pérez N. The expanding field of plant virus ecology: historical foundations, knowledge gaps, and research directions. Virus Res. 2011;159:84-94 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses are widespread in nature, where they operate in intimate association with their hosts and often with vectors...
  43. Pavli O, Kelaidi G, Tampakaki A, Skaracis G. The hrpZ gene of Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola enhances resistance to rhizomania disease in transgenic Nicotiana benthamiana and sugar beet. PLoS ONE. 2011;6:e17306 pubmed publisher
    ..Possible molecular mechanisms underlying the enhanced resistance and plant growth phenotypes observed in SP/HrpZ transgenic plants are discussed...
  44. Murray G, Kosakovsky Pond S, Obbard D. Suppressors of RNAi from plant viruses are subject to episodic positive selection. Proc Biol Sci. 2013;280:20130965 pubmed publisher
    ..Two lines of evidence support this. First, VSRs from plant viruses display high sequence diversity, and are frequently gained and lost over evolutionary time scales...
  45. Jeger M, Chen Z, Powell G, Hodge S, Van den Bosch F. Interactions in a host plant-virus-vector-parasitoid system: modelling the consequences for virus transmission and disease dynamics. Virus Res. 2011;159:183-93 pubmed publisher
    ..The implication of this work is that biological control of arthropod pests, which are also virus vectors, using parasitoid wasps, may have unanticipated and negative effects in terms of increased incidence of virus disease...
  46. Coetzee B, Freeborough M, Maree H, Celton J, Rees D, Burger J. Deep sequencing analysis of viruses infecting grapevines: Virome of a vineyard. Virology. 2010;400:157-63 pubmed publisher
    ..The second most prevalent virus detected was a member of the Chrysoviridae family similar to Penicillium chrysogenum virus. Sequences aligning to two other mycoviruses were also detected. ..
  47. Ren Y, Wong S, Lim L. Application of plant viruses as nano drug delivery systems. Pharm Res. 2010;27:2509-13 pubmed publisher
    ..Application of plant viruses for drug delivery is in the nascent stage, but it is becoming apparent that plant viral particles can be ..
  48. Tilsner J, Cowan G, Roberts A, Chapman S, Ziegler A, Savenkov E, et al. Plasmodesmal targeting and intercellular movement of potato mop-top pomovirus is mediated by a membrane anchored tyrosine-based motif on the lumenal side of the endoplasmic reticulum and the C-terminal transmembrane domain in the TGB3 movement protei. Virology. 2010;402:41-51 pubmed publisher
    ..Mutation of either of these domains also abolished cell-to-cell movement of the virus. The results are discussed in the context of TGB3 membrane topology...
  49. Poulicard N, Pinel Galzi A, Hebrard E, Fargette D. Why Rice yellow mottle virus, a rapidly evolving RNA plant virus, is not efficient at breaking rymv1-2 resistance. Mol Plant Pathol. 2010;11:145-54 pubmed publisher
    ..In addition, genetic drift may restrict the fixation of RB mutants. Altogether, both genetic and demographic constraints contribute to the low ability of RYMV to break rymv1-2 resistance. ..
  50. Fereres A, Moreno A. Behavioural aspects influencing plant virus transmission by homopteran insects. Virus Res. 2009;141:158-68 pubmed publisher
    ..This review considers how vector behaviour influences the transmission and spread of plant viruses depending on the type of virus-vector relationship...
  51. Elbeaino T, Digiaro M, Martelli G. Complete nucleotide sequence of four RNA segments of fig mosaic virus. Arch Virol. 2009;154:1719-27 pubmed publisher
    ..All these viruses are phylogenetically related to EMARaV and therefore seem to be eligible for classification in the proposed genus Emaravirus, which, in turn, may find a taxonomic allocation in the family Bunyaviridae. ..
  52. Fargette D, Pinel Galzi A, Sérémé D, Lacombe S, Hebrard E, Traore O, et al. Diversification of rice yellow mottle virus and related viruses spans the history of agriculture from the neolithic to the present. PLoS Pathog. 2008;4:e1000125 pubmed publisher
    The mechanisms of evolution of plant viruses are being unraveled, yet the timescale of their evolution remains an enigma...
  53. Latham J, Wilson A. Transcomplementation and synergism in plants: implications for viral transgenes?. Mol Plant Pathol. 2008;9:85-103 pubmed publisher
    ..In particular, they can contribute to the identification of potential hazards, and can be used to identify data gaps and limitations in predicting the likelihood of transgene-mediated transcomplementation. ..
  54. Diaz Pendon J, Ding S. Direct and indirect roles of viral suppressors of RNA silencing in pathogenesis. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2008;46:303-26 pubmed publisher
    ..We also highlight many of the key questions still to be addressed on the role of viral suppression of antiviral silencing in plant infection. ..
  55. Rodoni B. The role of plant biosecurity in preventing and controlling emerging plant virus disease epidemics. Virus Res. 2009;141:150-7 pubmed publisher
    ..In preparation for emerging plant virus epidemics, diagnostic manuals for economically important plant viruses that threaten local industries have been developed and validated under local conditions...
  56. Nagy P. Yeast as a model host to explore plant virus-host interactions. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2008;46:217-42 pubmed publisher
    ..b>Plant viruses are intracellular parasites that take advantage of resources of the host cell, and a simple eukaryotic cell, ..
  57. Hebrard E, Pinel Galzi A, Fargette D. Virulence domain of the RYMV genome-linked viral protein VPg towards rice rymv1-2-mediated resistance. Arch Virol. 2008;153:1161-4 pubmed publisher
    ..The 3D topology and the biochemical properties of virulence mutations both suggested a direct site-to-site interaction between RYMV VPg and rice eIF(iso)4G encoded by rymv1. ..
  58. Elbeaino T, Digiaro M, Alabdullah A, De Stradis A, Minafra A, Mielke N, et al. A multipartite single-stranded negative-sense RNA virus is the putative agent of fig mosaic disease. J Gen Virol. 2009;90:1281-8 pubmed publisher
    ..The consistent association of DMBs with mosaic symptoms and the results of molecular investigations strongly indicate that DMBs are particles of FMV, the aetiological agent of fig mosaic disease. ..
  59. Lico C, Chen Q, Santi L. Viral vectors for production of recombinant proteins in plants. J Cell Physiol. 2008;216:366-77 pubmed publisher
    ..We will summarize the recent progress in the downstream processing of plant materials for efficient extraction and purification of recombinant proteins. ..
  60. Elena S, Agudelo Romero P, Carrasco P, Codoñer F, Martin S, Torres Barceló C, et al. Experimental evolution of plant RNA viruses. Heredity (Edinb). 2008;100:478-83 pubmed publisher
    ..However, plant viruses provide almost identical advantages for evolutionary studies and, in addition, offer an invaluable tool for ..
  61. Senthil Kumar M, Hema R, Anand A, Kang L, Udayakumar M, Mysore K. A systematic study to determine the extent of gene silencing in Nicotiana benthamiana and other Solanaceae species when heterologous gene sequences are used for virus-induced gene silencing. New Phytol. 2007;176:782-91 pubmed
    ..It was concluded that a 21-nucleotide stretch of 100% identity between the heterologous and endogenous gene sequences is not absolutely required for gene silencing...
  62. Burgyan J. Role of silencing suppressor proteins. Methods Mol Biol. 2008;451:69-79 pubmed publisher
    RNA silencing suppressors, developed by plant viruses, are potent arms in the arm race between plant and invading viruses...
  63. Tzanetakis I, Price R, Martin R. Nucleotide sequence of the tripartite Fragaria chiloensis cryptic virus and presence of the virus in the Americas. Virus Genes. 2008;36:267-72 pubmed publisher
    ..More than 300 strawberry plants from North and South America were tested for FCCV, and the virus was only detected in plants from South America...
  64. Vaghchhipawala Z, Mysore K. Agroinoculation: a simple procedure for systemic infection of plants with viruses. Methods Mol Biol. 2008;451:555-62 pubmed publisher
    ..We present here a brief overview of the recent applications of this method and a detailed protocol for agroinoculation and VIGS used in our laboratory. ..
  65. Muthukumar V, Melcher U, Pierce M, Wiley G, Roe B, Palmer M, et al. Non-cultivated plants of the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve of northeastern Oklahoma frequently contain virus-like sequences in particulate fractions. Virus Res. 2009;141:169-73 pubmed publisher
    ..There was evidence of the presence of more than one virus in each of six specimens. ..
  66. Valentine T, Randall E, Wypijewski K, Chapman S, Jones J, Oparka K. Delivery of macromolecules to plant parasitic nematodes using a tobacco rattle virus vector. Plant Biotechnol J. 2007;5:827-34 pubmed
    ..We show also that TRV vectors expressing nematode gene sequences can be used to induce RNAi in the feeding nematodes. ..
  67. Makarov V, Rybakova E, Efimov A, Dobrov E, Serebryakova M, Solovyev A, et al. Domain organization of the N-terminal portion of hordeivirus movement protein TGBp1. J Gen Virol. 2009;90:3022-32 pubmed publisher
    Three 'triple gene block' proteins known as TGBp1, TGBp2 and TGBp3 are required for cell-to-cell movement of plant viruses belonging to a number of genera including Hordeivirus...
  68. Pavli O, Panopoulos N, Goldbach R, Skaracis G. BNYVV-derived dsRNA confers resistance to rhizomania disease of sugar beet as evidenced by a novel transgenic hairy root approach. Transgenic Res. 2010;19:915-22 pubmed publisher
  69. Goodin M, Zaitlin D, Naidu R, Lommel S. Nicotiana benthamiana: its history and future as a model for plant-pathogen interactions. Mol Plant Microbe Interact. 2008;21:1015-26 pubmed publisher
    ..is the most widely used experimental host in plant virology, due mainly to the large number of diverse plant viruses that can successfully infect it. Additionally, N...
  70. Szego A, En nl N, Deshmukh S, Veliceasa D, Hunyadi Guly s E, K hne T, et al. The genome of Beet cryptic virus 1 shows high homology to certain cryptoviruses present in phylogenetically distant hosts. Virus Genes. 2010;40:267-76 pubmed publisher
    ..The online version of this article (doi:10.1007/s11262-009-0432-4) contains supplementary material, which is available to authorized users...
  71. Pallett D, Ho T, Cooper I, Wang H. Detection of Cereal yellow dwarf virus using small interfering RNAs and enhanced infection rate with Cocksfoot streak virus in wild cocksfoot grass (Dactylis glomerata). J Virol Methods. 2010;168:223-7 pubmed publisher
    ..Opportunities are discussed for using siRNA sequencing approaches in virus survey and other ecology studies under field conditions...
  72. Brault V, Uzest M, Monsion B, Jacquot E, Blanc S. Aphids as transport devices for plant viruses. C R Biol. 2010;333:524-38 pubmed publisher
    b>Plant viruses have evolved a wide array of strategies to ensure efficient transfer from one host to the next. Any organism feeding on infected plants and traveling between plants can potentially act as a virus transport device...
  73. Borer E, Seabloom E, Mitchell C, Power A. Local context drives infection of grasses by vector-borne generalist viruses. Ecol Lett. 2010;13:810-8 pubmed publisher
    ..For B/CYDV, local context more strongly predicts infection risk than host species traits or regional context; such spatially nested experiments can clarify the factors underlying variation in infection risk...
  74. Laliberté J, Sanfaçon H. Cellular remodeling during plant virus infection. Annu Rev Phytopathol. 2010;48:69-91 pubmed publisher
    ..Confining the process of RNA replication to a specific location may also prevent the activation of certain host defense functions...
  75. Endres M, Gregory B, Gao Z, Foreman A, Mlotshwa S, Ge X, et al. Two plant viral suppressors of silencing require the ethylene-inducible host transcription factor RAV2 to block RNA silencing. PLoS Pathog. 2010;6:e1000729 pubmed publisher
    ..As a counter-defense, many plant viruses encode proteins that block silencing, often also interfering with endogenous small RNA pathways...
  76. Seabloom E, Borer E, Mitchell C, Power A. Viral diversity and prevalence gradients in North American Pacific Coast grasslands. Ecology. 2010;91:721-32 pubmed
    ..This work demonstrates the need for further studies of processes governing coinfection, and the utility of applying theory developed to explain diversity in communities of free-living organisms to pathogen systems...