Genomic characterization of Ambrosia asymptomatic virus 1 and evidence of other Tymovirales members in the Oklahoma tallgrass prairie revealed by sequence analysis

Dutta, Mukta, Sokhandan Bashir, Nemat, Palmer, Michael W. and Melcher, Ulrich (2014) Genomic characterization of Ambrosia asymptomatic virus 1 and evidence of other Tymovirales members in the Oklahoma tallgrass prairie revealed by sequence analysis. Archives of Virology, 159 7: 1755-1764. doi:10.1007/s00705-014-1985-7


Author Dutta, Mukta
Sokhandan Bashir, Nemat
Palmer, Michael W.
Melcher, Ulrich
Title Genomic characterization of Ambrosia asymptomatic virus 1 and evidence of other Tymovirales members in the Oklahoma tallgrass prairie revealed by sequence analysis
Formatted title
Genomic characterization of Ambrosia asymptomatic virus 1 and evidence of other Tymovirales members in the Oklahoma tallgrass prairie revealed by sequence analysis
Journal name Archives of Virology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0304-8608
1432-8798
Publication date 2014-07-01
Year available 2014
Sub-type Article (original research)
DOI 10.1007/s00705-014-1985-7
Volume 159
Issue 7
Start page 1755
End page 1764
Total pages 10
Place of publication Wien, Austria
Publisher Springer Wien
Language eng
Formatted abstract
The Plant Virus Biodiversity and Ecology project was undertaken to better understand the nature of plant-viral interactions and the occurrence of non-pathogenic viruses. Plants from the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve (TPP), Osage County, Oklahoma, were surveyed from 2005 to 2008 for the presence of viruses, resulting in the detection, using a virus-like particle enrichment method, of the genome a novel virus, Ambrosia asymptomatic virus 1 (AAV1), from Ambrosia psilostachya DC (western ragweed). Here, we present the genomic organization and genetic variability of AAV1. The virus has a single-stranded RNA genome of about 7408 nt, which has six open reading frames (ORFs). Phylogenetic analysis of the replicase and coat protein ORFs of the virus indicates strongly that the virus should be placed in the genus Mandarivirus. No evidence of recombination was detected. We also report the detection in the TPP of two known viruses and seven other putative viruses, members of the order Tymovirales.
Q-Index Code C1
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Institutional Status UQ

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