It is generally assumed that RNA recombination is one of the major drivingforces in the evolution of plant viruses. This process leads to rearrangements ofviral genomes and plays an important role in adaptation, genome repair and genetic variability of RNA viruses. It has been observed that viruses could recombine not only with each other, but also with mRNA oftransgenic plants expressing viral genes. This observation has given rise to new concerns about creatingvirus-resistant transgenic plants, because the recombination could generate theviruses with new properties that were different from the parental strains. In thisarticle, we present the current state of knowledge about recombination between transgens and challenging virus, we discuss what may happen in a fieldduring interaction between the virus and the transgenic plant, and we proposestrategies that allow to control the virus-transgene crossovers.
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