RRC ID 841
Author Hong JS, Masuta C, Nakano M, Abe J, Uyeda I.
Title Adaptation of Cucumber mosaic virus soybean strains (SSVs) to cultivated and wild soybeans.
Journal Theor. Appl. Genet.
Abstract Cucumber mosaic virus soybean strains formerly called soybean stunt virus (SSV) were inoculated onto 23 wild soybeans collected from four Asian countries to investigate their infectivity in order to improve understanding of the co-evolution of SSVs and soybean. SSV inoculation resulted in systemic infection in most of the wild soybeans used. However, an SSV strain (SSV-In), which was isolated in Indonesia, did not result in systemic infection of many of the wild soybeans distributed in southern Japan. This exceptional infectivity of SSV-In may be due to its specific adaptation to the local soybean population(s) of Indonesia, which has rarely been affected by gene flows from wild soybean. In the present study, the nucleotide sequences of the 3a and CP genes of SSV were determined, and the data were used to classify seven SSV isolates among known Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) strains. The phylogenetic analysis showed that the seven SSVs formed a distinct cluster separated from the other CMV strains despite their different geographical origins; SSV-In was the most divergent of the seven isolates. Comparison of the rates of synonymous and nonsynonymous substitutions revealed that the SSV group had evolved faster than subgroup IA. The implications of the findings are discussed in relation to the so-called Red Queen hypothesis.
Volume 107(1)
Pages 49-53
Published 2003-6
DOI 10.1007/s00122-003-1222-3
PMID 12835932
MeSH Adaptation, Physiological* Cucumovirus / physiology* Evolution, Molecular Genes, Viral* Genetic Variation Geography Phylogeny Soybeans / genetics* Soybeans / virology*
IF 3.93
Times Cited 12
WOS Category AGRONOMY HORTICULTURE PLANT SCIENCES GENETICS & HEREDITY
Resource
Lotus / Glycine G: wild soybean