Mandarivirus

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Author(s): International Committee on Taxonomy of Viruses
Source: ICTV reports

Mandarivirus

The members of this genus of plant viruses are similar to the Indian citrus ringspot virus. Apart from that species, only one other virus, the Citrus yellow vein clearing virus is currently recognized to belong to the genus. Both viruses only infect citrus species and are found in southern parts of Asia. The natural mode of transmission is unknown, but both viruses are graft transmissible.

Like other viruses from the family Alphaflexiviridae, Mandariviruses have non-enveloped, flexuous, filamentous particles with a length of 650 nm or more. The genome consists of linear single-stranded positive sensed RNA, with about 7.5 kb and 6 open reading frames.


Currently, the following species have been entered into the system: