CAPS Analysis: A Possible Tool to Detect and Group Geminiviruses Infecting Some Fibre Crops and Weeds

Fig. 1. PCR amplicon of different plant samples: (a) full length DNA A (2.7 kb); (b) coat protein part of DNA A (0.77 kb); (c) common region and part of coat protein part of DNA A (0.5 kb); and (d) full length DNA β (1.3 kb).
DNA used in the PCR from the host: Croton (lane 1); Sida acuminate (lane 2); S. rhombifolia (lane 3); Ageratum (lane 4); Lycopersicon (lane 5); Abelmoschus (lane 6); Urena (lane 7); Hibiscus cannabinus (lane 8); H. sabdariffa (lane 9); Nicitiana (lane 10); Acalypha (lane 11); Clerodendron (lane 12); Dolichos (lane 13); Carica (lane 14); Corchorus capsularis (lane 15); Clitoria (lane 16), Hemidesmus (lane 17); Eclipta (lane 18); and Vigna (lane 19). M = 1 kb DNA ladder (Fermentas, USA).



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CAPS Analysis: A Possible Tool to Detect and Group Geminiviruses Infecting Some Fibre Crops and Weeds