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Positional Effect of Deletions on Viability, Especially on Encapsidation, of Brome mosaic virus D-RNA in Barley Protoplasts
(IPB (Bogor Agricultural University), 2002)
cis-Acting Elements Required for Efficient Packaging of Brome Mosaic Virus RNA3 in Barley Protoplasts
(IPB (Bogor Agricultural University), 2003)
Brome mosaic virus (BMV) is a positive-sense RNA plant virus, the tripartite genomic RNAs of which are separately packaged into virions. RNA3 is copackaged with subgenomic RNA4. In barley protoplasts coinoculated with RNA1 ...
First report of Bean common mosaic virus in yam bean [Pachyrhizus erosus (L.) Urban] in Indonesia
(IPB (Bogor Agricultural University), 2008)
Severe mosaic with leaf malformation and green vein banding was observed on yam bean in West and Central Java, Indonesia. Virions of the causal virus were flexuous filaments, about 700 nm in length, with a coat protein of ...
Brome mosaic virus defective RNAs generated during infection of barley plants
(IPB (Bogor Agricultural University), 1999)