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Abstract

In this study, 267 coat protein gene () sequences from 48 Polish isolates of (ASPV) were determined. The genetic structure of the virus population was analysed and possible mechanisms of molecular evolution explored. We found evidence of recombination within the ASPV population and the presence of 17 ASPV molecular variants that differ in the length, number and arrangement of deletions in the . Population genetic analyses showed significant variation among isolates from pear and apple trees, between isolates from the same host species and, more interestingly, within isolates, supporting the existence of significant levels of variability within individual hosts, as expected by a quasispecies population structure. In addition, different tests support that selection might have been an important force driving diversification within isolates: positive selection was found acting upon certain amino acids. Phylogenetic analyses also showed that isolates did not classify according to the host species (pear or apple trees) but according to the pattern of deletions, suggesting a possible role for deletions during clade diversification.

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