Panicum mosaic satellite virus
|Panicum mosaic satellite virus|
|Group:||Group IV ((+)ssRNA)|
|Species:||Panicum mosaic satellite virus|
St. Augustine decline satellite virus
Panicum mosaic satellite virus (SPMV) is a plant satellite virus. It only infects grasses which are infected by Panicum mosaic virus. One study found that 72% of Stenotaphrum secundatum (St Augustine grass) infected with panicum mosaic virus was also infected with SPMV. In addition to SPMV, many plants infected with panicum mosaic virus are also infected with satellite RNAs.
- Cabrera, O.; Scholthof, K.-B. G. (1999), "The complex viral etiology of St. Augustine decline" (PDF), Plant Dis., 83 (10): 902–4, doi:10.1094/PDIS.1922.214.171.1242
- ICTVdB—The Universal Virus Database: Panicum mosaic satellite virus
- Family Groups—The Baltimore Method
- "Panicum mosaic satellite virus". NCBI Taxonomy Browser. 154834.
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