Figure 1 Negative contrast electron micrograph of virions of an isolate of lettuce big-vein associated virus. The bar represents 100 nm.
(Courtesy J.A. Walsh and C.M. Clay.)
Figure 2 Diagram of the genome organization of the two genomic RNAs of lettuce big-vein associated virus. Solid lines represent RNA; boxes represent ORFs. ORFs are translated from the complementary strand vc.
Figure 3 Phylogenetic tree based on the codon-aligned nucleotide sequences of the polymerase (L) genes of isolates of Lettuce big-vein associated virus, orchid fleck virus and members of the family Rhabdoviridae. The tree was prepared in MEGA4 using maximum composite likelihood distances and 10,000 bootstrap replicates (values shown where >60%). ABLV, Australian bat lyssavirus; ARAV, Aravan virus; BEFV, bovine ephemeral fever virus; BYSMV, barley yellow striate mosaic virus; CJSV, Carajas virus; COCV, Cocal virus; CPV, coastal plains virus; HIRRV, Hirame rhabdovirus; IHNV, infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus; IRKV, Irkut virus; KHUV, Khujand virus; LBV, Lagos bat virus; LBVaV, lettuce big-vein associated virus; LNYV, lettuce necrotic yellows virus; LYMoV, lettuce yellow mottle virus; MFSV, maize fine streak virus; MIMV, maize Iranian mosaic virus; MOKV, Mokola virus; MOV, Moussa virus; NCMV, northern cereal mosaic virus; NGAV, Ngaingan virus; OFV, orchid fleck virus; PFRV, pike fry rhabdovirus; PYDV, potato yellow dwarf virus; RABV, rabies virus; RYSV, rice yellow stunt virus; SBV, Shimoni bat virus; SCRV, Siniperca chuatsi rhabdovirus; SHRV, snakehead virus; SIGMAV, sigma virus; SVCV, spring viraemia of carp virus; SYNV, sonchus yellow net virus; TIBV, Tibrogargan virus; TUPV, Tupaia virus; VHSV, viral hemorrhagic septicemia virus; VSIV, vesicular stomatitis Indiana virus; WCBV, West Caucasian bat virus; WONV, Wongabel virus.
(Courtesy of Dr M.J. Adams; used by permission.)