Fijivirus


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Fijivirus

[′fē·jē‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A genus in the viral family Reoviridae that is the causative agent of Fiji disease in plants and insects.
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The complete genome sequence of two isolates of southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus, a new member of the genus Fijivirus.
Southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus: a new proposed Fijivirus species in the family Reoviridae.
Southern rice black-streaked dwarf virus: a white-backed planthopper-transmitted Fijivirus threatening rice production in Asia.
The virus was also determined to consist of subgenomic strands similar to members of Fijivirus.
A black-streaked dwarf disease on rice in China is caused by a novel fijivirus.
Southern rice black-streak dwarf virus: A new proposed Fijivirus species in the family Reoviridae.
Identification of rice black-streaked dwarf fijivirus in maize with rough dwarf disease in China.
The genus Fijivirus are further classified into five groups based on vectors, plant hosts, and serological and nucleotide sequence similarities.
Viruses within the Fijivirus genera are grouped into 5 groups as mentioned before.
Sequence and phylogenetic analysis of genome segments S1, S2, S3 and S6 of Mal de Rio Cuarto virus, a newly accepted Fijivirus species.
Molecular analysis of Fiji disease Fijivirus genome segments 1 and 3.