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MeV-2 and MeV3 are present in <i>M</i>. <i>euphorbiae</i> WU11 population and is vertically transmitted to progeny.

By Marcella A. Teixeira (5040038), Noa Sela (36564), Hagop S. Atamian (645649), Ergude Bao (3908218), Ritu Chaudhary (1627276), Jacob MacWilliams (5040044), Jiangman He (5040041), Sophie Mantelin (415091), Thomas Girke (23699) and Isgouhi Kaloshian (415094)


<p>Aphid nucleic acids were used in RT-PCR for MeV-2 and MeV-3 detection. For evaluation of vertical transmission, first instar nymphs were collected while being laid from adult aphids, before touching tomato leaflets, using a brush and transferred to a naïve tomato plant. One week later, when nymphs had molted into adults, single aphids were processed for the presence of MeV-2 and MeV-3. Aphid ribosomal gene <i>RpL27</i> was used as positive control. M = molecular weight marker.</p

Topics: Microbiology, Genetics, Ecology, Plant Biology, Virology, Environmental Sciences not elsewhere classified, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, potato aphid contigs, tomato leaf tissues, Hubei sobemo-like virus 49. Characterization, NCBI, tomato host origin, potato aphid Macrosiphum euphorbiae transcriptome, MeV -3, non-redundant protein database, MeV -2 peptides, MeV -2, Macrosiphum euphorbiae virus 3, Macrosiphum euphorbiae virus 2, N 50 value, Dysaphis plantaginea densovirus, obligate endosymbiont Buchnera aphidicola origin
Year: 2018
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193239.g007
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