MeV-2 and MeV3 are present in <i>M</i>. <i>euphorbiae</i> WU11 population and is vertically transmitted to progeny.
<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
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
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0193239.g007
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