Contents - Previous - Next. The exocortis disease of citrus, caused by the citrus exocortis viroid CEV , was first reported and described by Fawcett and Klotz as a bark-shelling disorder of trifoliate orange rootstock. Benton et al. They recommended that budwood for propagation be taken only from older trees on trifoliate rootstock showing no scaling of the butt or trunk. The disease is present in almost all citrus-growing regions of the world.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Surveys of Impatiens and Verbena species in local nurseries in Fredericton, Canada and Verbena species in New Delhi, India showed widespread infection of Citrus exocortis viroid CEVd in vegetatively-propagated and seed-grown plants.
To determine viroid seed transmission, samples of eight varieties of Impatiens and 11 varieties of Verbena were obtained from four commercial sources. All 19 samples collected contained viroid infection irrespective of variety. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Bar-Joseph, M. Natural history of viroids—historical aspects. Hadidi, R. Flores, J. Semancik Eds.
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Eur J Plant Pathol , — Download citation. Received : 29 September Accepted : 29 January Published : 12 February Issue Date : August Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract Surveys of Impatiens and Verbena species in local nurseries in Fredericton, Canada and Verbena species in New Delhi, India showed widespread infection of Citrus exocortis viroid CEVd in vegetatively-propagated and seed-grown plants.
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Metrics details. The distributions and infection rates of two viroids have not been investigated since the two diseases were presented decades ago. The genetic diversities and evolutionary relationships of two viroids also remain unclear in the mix citrus planted region. Multiplex RT-PCR was used to detect the two viroids for the first time in seven main cultivars of citrus. Sequence alignment and phylogenetic analysis were performed using the ClustalW and MEGA6 neighbor-joining with p-distance model , respectively. Results of the multiplex quantitative analysis suggested that uneven distributions of both viroids with twig bark as the most appropriate material for studies involving viroid sampling such as quarantine inspection.
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Viroids are naked RNAs that do not code for any known protein and yet are able to infect plants causing severe diseases. Because of their RNA nature, many studies have focused on the involvement of viroids in RNA-mediated gene silencing as being their pathogenesis mechanism. Here, the alterations caused by the Citrus exocortis viroid CEVd on the tomato translation machinery were studied as a new aspect of viroid pathogenesis. The presence of viroids in the ribosomal fractions of infected tomato plants was detected. More precisely, CEVd and its derived viroid small RNAs were found to co-sediment with tomato ribosomes in vivo , and to provoke changes in the global polysome profiles, particularly in the 40S ribosomal subunit accumulation. Additionally, the viroid caused alterations in ribosome biogenesis in the infected tomato plants, affecting the 18S rRNA maturation process.
We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Surveys of Impatiens and Verbena species in local nurseries in Fredericton, Canada and Verbena species in New Delhi, India showed widespread infection of Citrus exocortis viroid CEVd in vegetatively-propagated and seed-grown plants. To determine viroid seed transmission, samples of eight varieties of Impatiens and 11 varieties of Verbena were obtained from four commercial sources.