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Honeybees Infected By Plant Virus
2014-01-21 09:51:41

Brett Smith for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online A virus that typically infects plants has been found to infect honeybees and could be responsible for the widespread collapse of honeybee colonies around the world, according to a new report in the journal mBio. The study team said they made their discovery when conducting routine screenings of bees for common and atypical viruses. The screenings “resulted in the serendipitous detection of Tobacco Ringspot Virus, or TRSV, and...


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2011-02-23 21:12:28

Tobacco ringspot virus (TRSV) is a plant pathogenic virus in the plant virus family Comoviridae. It of the type species Comoviridae Genus Nepovirus. Nepoviruses are transmitted between plants by nematodes. It is easily transmitted by sap inoculation and transmission in seeds has been reported. IT was first observed in tobacco fields in Virginia in 1927. It is an isometric particle with a bipartite RNA genome. The virus can infect field grown crops, ornamentals, and weeds. The name comes...

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