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Formation of virions is strictly required for turnip yellows virus long-distance movement in plants
Journal of General Virology
Viral genomic RNA of the Turnip yellows virus (TuYV; genus Polerovirus; family Luteoviridae) is protected in virions formed by the major capsid protein (CP) and the minor component, the readthrough (RT*) protein. Long-distance transport, used commonly by viruses to systemically infect host plants, occurs in phloem sieve elements and two viral forms of transport have been described: virions and ribonucleoprotein (RNP) complexes. With regard to poleroviruses, virions have always been presumed todoi:10.1099/vir.0.058867-0 pmid:24214396 fatcat:54cm7mhcjfchbgz4miyez76pwm