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Narcissus common latent virus

Narcissus common latent virus (NCLV) is a plant pathogenic virus. It infects Narcissus plants. The term 'latent' refers to the fact that infection may be symptomless. Transmission occurs by Aphids.

Narcissus common latent virus
Virus classification
Group:
Group IV ((+)ssRNA)
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Species:
Narcissus common latent virus
Synonyms
  • Narcissus mottling-associated virus[1]

TaxonomyEdit

This Carlavirus should not be confused with the similarly named Narcissus latent virus which is a Macluravirus, and is sometimes incorrectly referred to by the latter name.

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BibliographyEdit

  • Zheng, HY; Chen, J; Adams, MJ; Chen, JP (August 2006). "Complete nucleotide sequence and affinities of the genomic RNA of Narcissus common latent virus (genus Carlavirus)". Archives of Virology. 151 (8): 1667–72. doi:10.1007/s00705-006-0727-x. PMID 16489505.
  • BRUNT, A. A. (December 1977). "Some hosts and properties of narcissus latent virus, a carlavirus commonly infecting narcissus and bulbous iris". Annals of Applied Biology. 87 (3): 355–364. doi:10.1111/j.1744-7348.1977.tb01900.x.
  • Martelli, Giovanni P.; Saldarelli, Pasquale (2012). "Carlavirus". In Tidona, Christian; Gholamreza, Darai (eds.). The Springer index of viruses (2 ed.). New York, NY: Springer. pp. 521–532. ISBN 978-0387959191. Retrieved 8 December 2014.

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