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- Sakakibara, Hitoshi, et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Plant gene 2019 v.18 pp. 100181
- Chrysanthemum; Chrysanthemum stunt viroid; abscisic acid; biosynthesis; cell walls; cytokinins; gene expression; gene silencing; genes; genomics; gibberellic acid; growth promotion; hormone metabolism; host plants; indole acetic acid; messenger RNA; nucleotide sequences; nucleotides; pathogenicity; plant diseases and disorders; plant growth; plant viruses
- ... Chrysanthemum stunt viroid (CSVd) is a pathogen that induces stunted plant growth as a typical disease symptom in infected chrysanthemum plants. Because of its simple RNA genomic structure, the mechanism of how CSVd provokes pathogenicity in host plants remains elusive. Since small RNAs generated from CSVd genomic RNA accumulated in infected plants (Tsuro et al., 2013), it has been suggested that ...