Analysis of Soil-Borne Wheat Mosaic Virus and Soil-Borne Cereal Mosaic Virus using Datamining

Bogyung Kim, Jiin Jeong, Taeseon Yoon
2017 International Journal of Pharma Medicine and Biological Sciences  
Plant viruses are viruses that affect the proper development of plants. The research for plant viruses, first initiated by the scientist A. Mayer in 1886, grew to offer various explanations for their transmission, including vector transmission, generation-to-generation transmission from seed and pollen, and the rare human-plant transmission. Among the many ways which the plant viruses can spread through, a small number of plant viruses were found to become transmitted through the soil. Such two
more » ... the soil. Such two examples of soil-borne viruses that infect plants through soil are soil-borne wheat mosaic virus (SBWMV) and soil-borne cereal mosaic virus (SBCMV). In this paper, we compared the protein sequences encoded in the RNA genomes of soil-borne cereal mosaic viruses and soil-borne wheat mosaic viruses, particularly focusing on replication protein, coat protein, cysteine rich protein, and 84-kDa protein. Furthermore, through examination of the position and frequency of each amino acid, we analyzed the similarities and differences between the two soil-borne viruses.  Index Terms-Apriori algorithm, decision tree, proteins, soil-borne cereal mosaic virus, soil-borne wheat mosaic virus
doi:10.18178/ijpmbs.6.1.11-15 fatcat:rkejtdiv6zd4dkfq6afybmcy3e