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Abstract

SUMMARY

Most definitive members of the tombusvirus group contain a satellite RNA (S-RNA); those of different tombusviruses have extensive sequence homology with each other. Replication of the S-RNA of tomato bushy stunt virus (TBSV) is supported by the genomic RNAs of other tombusviruses. Viruses regarded as possible members of the tombusvirus group do not support the replication of TBSV S-RNA and the satellite of one such virus, turnip crinkle, does not have sequence homology with that of TBSV. Passage of genomic TBSV RNA through resulted in the acquisition of S-RNA whereas passage through did not.

Keyword(s): satellite RNAs , TBSV and tombusviruses
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