Grapevine virus A

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Grapevine virus A (GVA)

The virus is common in vineyards around the world. It causes "Kober stem grooving" and other grapevine diseases. Apart from grapevine, in can also infect some herbaceous plants. It can be transmitted through grafting, by mealybugs and mechanically. The virus has a positive-strand RNA genome with around 7,400 nucleotides and 5 open reading frames.

Vernacular names
• English: Grapevine virus A (GVA)
Kober stem grooving of grapevine
• Français: virus A de la vigne