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Survey of Viruses Present in Radish Fields in 2014
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  • Journal title : Research in Plant Disease
  • Volume 21, Issue 3,  2015, pp.235-242
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Plant Pathology
  • DOI : 10.5423/RPD.2015.21.3.235
 Title & Authors
Survey of Viruses Present in Radish Fields in 2014
Chung, Jinsoo; Han, Jae-Yeong; Kim, Jungkyu; Ju, Hyekyoung; Gong, Junsu; Seo, Eun-Young; Hammond, John; Lim, Hyoun-Sub;
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 Abstract
A 2014 nationwide survey in radish fields investigated the distribution of common viruses and possible emerging viruses. Radish leaves with virus-like symptoms were collected and 108 samples assayed by RT-PCR using specific primers for Radish mosaic virus (RaMV), Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV), and Turnip mosaic virus (TuMV); 47 samples were TuMV positive, and RaMV and CMV were detected in 3 and 2 samples, respectively. No samples showed double infection of TuMV/RaMV, or RaMV/CMV, but two double infections of TuMV/CMV were detected. TuMV isolates were sorted by symptom severity, and three isolates (R007-mild; R041 and R065-severe) selected for BLAST and phylogenetic analysis, which indicated that the coat protein (CP) of these isolates (R007, R041, and R065) have approx. 98-99% homology to a previously reported TuMV isolate. RaMV CP showed approx. 99% homology to a previously reported isolate, and the CMV CP is identical to a previously reported Korean isolate (GenBank : GU327368). Three isolates of TuMV showing different pathogenicity (degree of symptom severity) will be valuable to study determinants of pathogenicity.
 Keywords
Cucumber mosaic virus;Radish field;Radish mosaic virus;Turnip mosaic virus;
 Language
Korean
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