Inheritance in tobacco of an improved resistance to infection by tobacco mosaic virus
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nonstructural gene sequence are resistant to the virus," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.
Synthesis of tobacco mosaic virus
in intact tobacco leaves systemically inoculated by differential temperature treatment.
In 1937, however, a British plant pathologist, Frederick Charles Bawden (b.1908), was able to show that tobacco mosaic virus
contained, in addition to protein, a small quantity of ribonucleic acid (RNA).
Bishop CD (1995) Antiviral activity of the essential oil of Melaleuca alternifolia (Maiden & Betche) Cheel (tea tree) against tobacco mosaic virus
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Segregation of tobacco mosaic virus
(TMV) resistance in [Mtx.sup.R] individuals from derived [BC.sub.1][F.sub.1] families.([dagger]) # [BC.sub.1][F.sub.1] # [TMV.sup.R] Plants: [BC.sub.1][F.sub.1] Family Reference # [TMV.sup.S] Plants Families ([double dagger]) 0:6(*) 5 -- 1:5 13 -- 2:4 17 -- 3:3 46 -- 4:2 28 -- 5:1 1 -- 7:5 4 -- 8:4 6 -- 9:3 3 -- 13:11 1 -- 15:8 1 -- 20:5(*) 1 GH96-3558 20:7(*) 1 GH97-0459 14:3(*) 1 GH96-3856 10:2(*) 2 GH97-0024 and GH97-0321 18:3(*) 1 GH96-3878 17:2(*) 1 GH96-3853 19:2(*) 1 GH97-0062 20:3(*) 1 GH97-0110 21:2(*) 1 GH97-0209 41:4(*) 1 GH96-3700 (*) Indicates that the ratio of [Mtx.sup.R]/:[Mtx.sup.R]/[TMV.sup.S] plants did not fit a model of 1:1 segregation at the 0.05 significance level.
In experiments with tobacco mosaic virus
RNA, almost 80 percent of the tobacco protoplasts were infected after electrical pulses, compared to less than 3 percent in an unshocked mixture of protoplasts and the RNA.
Transgenic plants that express the coat protein genes of tobacco mosaic virus
or alfalfa mosaic virus interfere with disease development of some nonrelated viruses.
Poquonock was also selected for the dominant hypersensitive gene for resistance to tobacco mosaic virus
derived from Nicotiana glutinosa L.
GP-53, PI 610239) is a germplasm line of Maryland (Type 32) tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) developed by the Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station and released in 1999 because of its resistance to the tobacco mosaic virus
(TMV) and Race 0 black shank [caused by Phytophthora parasitica Dastur var.nicotianae (Breda de Haan) Tucker (= P.
Virus tolerance, plant growth, and field performance of transgenic tomato plants expressing coat protein from tobacco mosaic virus
. Bio/Technology 6:403-409.
(1987b) demonstrated that transgenic tobacco plants expressing the AMV CP gene were resistant to two strains of AMV but were susceptible to tobacco mosaic virus