Efficiency of Rz-1 based rhizomania resistance and molecular studies on BNYVV isolates from sugar beet cultivation in Geece

R. Pavli, M.W. Prins, R.W. Goldbach, G.N. Skaracis

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Abstract

A survey was carried out to investigate the current situation concerning rhizomania disease incidence in sugar beet cultivation of Greece. A systematic field evaluation over locations and years revealed a consistent disease severity pattern according to favourable agroclimatic conditions and pointed to the so far effectiveness of the Rz1 gene-based resistance, as no major disease outbreaks were observed. Molecular analyses aiming at the characterization of the type and genetic diversity of the virus further confirmed the widespread occurrence of BNYVV in the country, as evidenced by RT-PCR amplification of all five known genomic molecules and nested-PCR assays. None of the isolates contained an RNA 5, typically found in pathotype P. On the basis of RFLP patterns, all BNYVV isolates analysed were classified as pathotype A. Sequence determination of the full-length RNA 3-encoded p25 protein, responsible for symptom development, revealed amino acid motifs ACHG/VCHG in the hypervariable region aa67–70. The presence of valine in position 67 did not appear associated with increased pathogenicity and resistance breaking properties, as earlier reported.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)133-142
JournalEuropean Journal of Plant Pathology
Volume130
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Beet necrotic yellow vein virus
pathotypes
sugar beet
RNA
amino acid motifs
valine
disease incidence
disease severity
Greece
signs and symptoms (plants)
restriction fragment length polymorphism
pathogenicity
sequence analysis
reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction
genomics
viruses
genetic variation
assays
genes
proteins

Keywords

  • yellow-vein-virus
  • nucleotide-sequence analysis
  • united-states
  • pcr products
  • rna 5
  • identification
  • pathogenicity
  • protein
  • variants
  • europe

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