Alfalfa mosaic virus


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Alfalfa mosaic virus

[al¦fal·fə mō¦zā·ik ′vī·rəs]
(virology)
The type species of the genus Alfamovirus of the family Bromoviridae. Abbreviated AMV.
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Expression of alfalfa mosaic virus and tobacco rattle virus coat protein genes in transgenic tobacco plants.
Transgenic tobacco expressing tobacco streak virus or mutated alfalfa mosaic virus coat protein does not cross-protect against alfalfa mosaic virus infection.
Resistance to alfalfa mosaic virus in transgenic burley tobaccos expressing the AMV coat protein gene.
Interaction of alfalfa mosaic virus nucleic acid and protein, p.
Additional hosts of alfalfa mosaic virus and its seed transmission in tumble pigweed and bean.
Expression of alfalfa mosaic virus coat protein gene and anti-sense cDNA in transformed tobacco tissue.
Expression of alfalfa mosaic virus RNA4 in transgenic plants confers virus resistance.
Expression of coat protein genes in transgenic plants confers protection against alfalfa mosaic virus, cucumber mosaic virus and potato virus X.
The uncoating of alfalfa mosaic virus by its own RNA.
Two new strains of alfalfa mosaic virus systemically infectious to bean.