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The Sobemovirus Group

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Abstract

Hull (1977a) proposed a new group of plant viruses based upon southern bean mosaic virus (SBMV). This group was accepted by the International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses (ICTV) (Matthews, 1982) under the name Sobemovirus (sigla for southern bean mosaic virus) group. Although the ICTV only accepted two viruses as full members and four as possible members, for the purposes of this chapter I will consider ten viruses as being full members and six as being possible members (Table I). LTSV, SCMV, and VTMoV have been suggested as comprising another possible group (the velvet tobacco mottle virus group) (Matthews, 1982), but it is now generally accepted (see Francki et al.,1985a) that these viruses have close affinities to Sobemoviruses. The possible members show some similarities to Sobemoviruses but as more information on them becomes available, at least some of them may be grouped elsewhere.

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Mosaic Virus Coat Protein Plant Virus Mottle Virus Rice Yellow Mottle Virus 
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  • R. Hull
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Virus ResearchJohn Innes InstituteNorwichUK

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