Year 2016, Volume 31 , Issue 2, Pages 98 - 106 2016-12-30

Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants
Süs Bitkilerinde Görülen Viroid Kaynaklı Hastalıklar

Mehmet Zeki Kızmaz [1] , Semih Erkan [2] , İsmail Can Paylan [3]


Viroids are circular, single-stranded RNA molecules which are virus-like pathogen. Up to now, it is mentioned that there are 32 viroid species defined on different host plants. They are divided into two families, Pospiviroidae and Avsunviroidae, depending on the region where they settled in the cell and genome structure. They have a wide host range ranging from perennials to annuals including ornamental plants. Besides they infected ornamental plants, certain viroids can cause latent infections in some of them. In this case, it is possible that the viroids could be spread on larger of areas and transmission to other crops by ornamental plants. This article intends to give information about the viroids identified in the ornamental plants  to the present day.

Viroidler dairesel biçimli tek iplikçikli RNA molekülünden oluşan virüs benzeri hastalık etmenleridir. Günümüze kadar değişik konukçularda tanımlanmış 32 viroid türünün bulunduğu belirtilmektedir. Viroidler hücrede yerleştikleri bölge ve genom yapısına göre Pospoviroidae ve Avsunviroidae olmak üzere 2 familyaya ayrılmaktadırlar. Viroidler tek yıllıklardan çok yıllık bitkilere kadar değişen, süs bitkilerini de kapsayan geniş bir konukçu dizisine sahiptirler. Süs bitkilerinde hastalık oluşturmalarına ek olarak, bazı viroidler bir kısım süs bitkisinde latent enfeksiyonlar meydana getirmektedir. Bu durumda, viroidlerin süs bitkileri vasıtasıyla daha geniş alanlara yayılması ve diğer kültür bitkilerine taşınabilmesi bu konuyu önemli kılmaktadır. Bu makale ile günümüze kadar süs bitkilerinde belirlenmiş viroidler konusunda bilgiler verilmesi amaçlanmıştır.

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Authors

Author: Mehmet Zeki Kızmaz
Institution: Ege Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, İzmir, Türkiye

Author: Semih Erkan
Institution: Ege Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, İzmir, Türkiye

Author: İsmail Can Paylan
Institution: Ege Üniversitesi, Ziraat Fakültesi, İzmir, Türkiye

Dates

Publication Date : December 30, 2016

Bibtex @review { alinterizbd285164, journal = {Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Science}, issn = {2564-7814}, eissn = {2587-2249}, address = {}, publisher = {Adem Yavuz SÖNMEZ}, year = {2016}, volume = {31}, pages = {98 - 106}, doi = {}, title = {Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants}, key = {cite}, author = {Kızmaz, Mehmet Zeki and Erkan, Semih and Paylan, İsmail Can} }
APA Kızmaz, M , Erkan, S , Paylan, İ . (2016). Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants. Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Science , 31 (2) , 98-106 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/alinterizbd/issue/24983/285164
MLA Kızmaz, M , Erkan, S , Paylan, İ . "Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants". Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Science 31 (2016 ): 98-106 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/alinterizbd/issue/24983/285164>
Chicago Kızmaz, M , Erkan, S , Paylan, İ . "Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants". Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Science 31 (2016 ): 98-106
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Vancouver Kızmaz M , Erkan S , Paylan İ . Viroid-Induced Diseases in Ornamental Plants. Alinteri Journal of Agriculture Science. 2016; 31(2): 106-98.