Comovirus

Comovirus

[′kō·mə‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A genus of plant viruses belonging to the family Comoviridae; the type species is cowpea mosaic virus. Also known as cowpea mosaic virus group.
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Existen aproximadamente 30 virus bien caracterizados que infectan el cultivo, pertenecientes a los grupos Alfamovirus, Bromovirus, Comovirus, Cucumovirus, Begomovirus, Illarvirus, Luteovirus, Potyvirus, Sobemovirus, Tobamovirus, Necrovirus y Tospovirus (Matthews, 1982; Hall, 1991; Makkouk et al., 2003).
Los cultivos de name pueden ser infectados por virus de los generos Potyvirus, Badnavirus, Cucomovirus, Comovirus, Potexvirus y Carlavirus (Asiedu et al.
The Dow Chemical Company (Midland, MI) has patented a method for inserting Mucin peptide epitopes into the coat protein of a plant virus (e.g., a comovirus such as CPMV) having a beta-barrel structure at an immunogenically effective site, such as in a loop connecting beta sheets or at/near the C-terminus.
Abstract: Two types of inclusion bodies were consistently observed under light microscopy in bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) leaf tissue infected with Bean rugose mosaic virus (BRMV), a species of the genus Comovirus, family Comoviridae.
Key words: Comovirus, cytopathology, light microscopy, diagnosis, bean.
Se observaron dos tipos de inclusiones vitales, mediante microscopia de luz, en hojas de plantas de frijol (Phaseolus vulgaris) previamente infectadas can el virus del mosaico rugoso del frijol ("Bean rugose mosaic virus", BRMV), especie del genero Comovirus, familia Comoviridae.
Bean rugose mosaic virus (BRMV) belongs to the genus Comovirus and to the family Comoviridae of plant viruses.
Fifteen species have been identified for the Comovirus genus (Murphy et al.
Two types of inclusion bodies were consistently observed by light microscopy in bean leaf tissue infected with Bean rugose mosaic comovirus. Crystalline cytoplasmic inclusions of different size and shape were frequently found in glandular hair cells (Fig.
Both types of inclusion bodies are now considered to be main characteristics of the Comovirus genus (Edwardson and Christie 1991).
Abbreviations: BICMV, blackeye cowpea mosaic potyvirus; CCMV, cowpea chlorotic mottle bromovirus; CMV, cucumber mosaic cucumovirus; CSMV, cowpea severe mosaic comovirus; DAC-ELISA, direct antigen coated-enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; NPGS, National Plant Germplasm System; NSSL, National Seed Storage Laboratory; SBMV, southern bean mosaic sobemovirus.
A nivel mundial, se han identificado doce virus que infectan este cultivo, pertenecientes a los grupos Nepovirus, Potyvirus, Carlavirus, Comovirus, Geminivirus y Caulimovirus (Brunt et al., 1996).