Molecular Detection of <i>Tobacco rattle virus</i> in Bleeding Heart [<i>Dicentra spectabilis</i> (L.) Lem.] Growing in Alaska

Fig. 3. Phylogram depicting nucleotide RNA1 relationships among seven Tobacco rattle virus (TRV) isolates (GenBank accession numbers) from alstroemeria, bleeding heart, potato, and spinach with Pepper ringspot virus (PepRSV). as an outgroup in the same genus Tobravirus; created with Clustal_X using pairwise alignments and 1000 bootstrap. Note that the Alaskan TRV isolate from bleeding heart (JX912715) is most closely associated with the isolate (HM195288) from another perennial ornamental plant, alstroemeria.

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Molecular Detection of Tobacco rattle virus in Bleeding Heart [Dicentra spectabilis (L.) Lem.] Growing in Alaska