Closteroviridae


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Closteroviridae

[‚klä·stə·rə′vir·ə‚dī]
(virology)
A family of plant viruses characterized by flexuous rod-shaped particles containing one molecule of single-stranded positive-sense ribonucleic acid; includes the genera Closterovirus and Crinivirus.
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Firstly, criniviruses (genus Crinivirus, family Closteroviridae) are transmitted in a semi-persistent manner by whiteflies.
RNA silencing-mediated resistance to a crinivirus (closteroviridae) in cultivated sweetpotato (ipomoea batatas l.) and development of sweetpotato virus disease following co-infection with a potyvirus.
GLRD is caused by viruses in the family Closteroviridae, which have relatively long (as viruses go), rod-shaped particles that can be viewed with transmission electron microscopy.
Several viral species designated Grapevine leafroll-associated virus (GLRaV) belonging to the family Closteroviridae are related to GLRD, which can occur alone or as a viral complex.
(2015) demonstrated the removal of three Closteroviridae viruses causing leafroll disease in grapevine, using vitrification-based cryotherapy of apical and axillary buds of infected clones.
Los virus mas importantes por el dano causado son los Begomovirus y los Crinivirus (Closteroviridae: Crinivirus).
De modo geral, os criterios para a definicao de especies virais nas familias Betaflexiviridae e Closteroviridae estabelecem que a sequencia de aminoacidos deduzidos das principais ORFs apresente diferenca superior a 10%, sendo a sequencia do gene da proteina capsidial amplamente utilizada na taxonomia (KING et al., 2012).
Potato yellow vein virus (PYVV) es un virus re-emergente, limitado al floema, miembro de la familia Closteroviridae, del genero Crinivirus (Salazar et al., 2000; Martelli et al., 2011); sus particulas son filamentosas (Salazar et al., 2000) y su genoma es tripartita ssRNA(+) (Livieratos et al., 2004).
Citrus tristeza--It is caused by the Citrus tristeza virus (CTV, Closteroviridae) and its symptoms are usually associated with two distinct forms.
Although all leafroll-associated viruses belong to the Closteroviridae (Greek, clostero: thread-like) family, the only species known to be transmitted by mealybugs are classified within the Ampelovirus genera (Greek, ampelos: grapevine).