5’ Proximal potyviral sequences mediate potato virus X/potyviral synergistic disease in transgenic tobacco

Vicki Bowman Vance, Philip H. Berger, James C. Carrington, Arthur G. Hunt, Xing Ming Shi

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The interaction of potato virus X (PVX) and potato virus Y (PVY) in tobacco causes a synergistic disease characterizedby a dramatic increase in symptom severity, a change in the regulation of PVX RNA replication, and an increase in accumulation of PVX. In this study we demonstrate that PVX also interacts synergistically with three other members of the potyvirus group of plant viruses, tobacco vein mottling virus (TVMV), tobacco etch virus (TEV), and pepper mottle virus. These synergisms resemble the classic PVX/PVY synergism with respect to both the increase in host response and the change in PVX replication. To determine if the induction of PVX/potyviral synergism requires potyviral genome replication per se or if the response is mediated by expression of one or more potyviral genes, we used tobacco plants stably transformed with various subsets of the TVMV genome. PVX infections of transgenic plants expressing the 5′-proximal region of the TVMV genome, including the protease-1, helper component protease, and protein-3 genes, result in symptoms resembling those of PVX/potyviral synergism. A similar synergistic-like response occurs when transgenic tobacco plants expressing the analogous but smaller region from the 5′-proximal region of the TEV genome were infected with PVX. Replication of PVX RNA is altered in transgenic plants expressing 5′-proximal sequences of either TVMV or TEV, and in a manner similar to that observed in double infections. These results indicate that replication of the potyviral genome is not required for PVX/potyviral synergism and that the response is mediated by expression of potyviral sequences which have been localized to the 5′-proximal third of the genomic RNAs of both TVMV and TEV.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Article number95800751
Pages (from-to)583-590
Number of pages8
JournalVirology
Volume206
Issue number1
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 10 1995
Externally publishedYes

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Virus Diseases
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5’ Proximal potyviral sequences mediate potato virus X/potyviral synergistic disease in transgenic tobacco. / Bowman Vance, Vicki; Berger, Philip H.; Carrington, James C.; Hunt, Arthur G.; Shi, Xing Ming.

In: Virology, Vol. 206, No. 1, 95800751, 10.01.1995, p. 583-590.

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Bowman Vance, Vicki ; Berger, Philip H. ; Carrington, James C. ; Hunt, Arthur G. ; Shi, Xing Ming. / 5’ Proximal potyviral sequences mediate potato virus X/potyviral synergistic disease in transgenic tobacco. In: Virology. 1995 ; Vol. 206, No. 1. pp. 583-590.
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