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Inheritance of resistance to cowpea chlorotic mottle virus in southern pea, Vigna sinensis



Inheritance of resistance to cowpea chlorotic mottle virus in southern pea, Vigna sinensis



Journal of the American Society for Horticultural Science 98(1): 62-63



Crosses of the resistant introduction PI255811 with three susceptible cultivars showed that resistance is controlled by a single recessive major gene.

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