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Resistant and susceptible reaction of soybeans to peanut mottle virus



Resistant and susceptible reaction of soybeans to peanut mottle virus



Phytopathology 65(2): 95-99



Of 70 soybean cvs. and breeding lines tested against groundnut mottle virus (PMV), 14 were highly resistant. There were no symptoms on resistant cvs. (except for a few plants thought to be from contaminated seed) and the virus could be isolated from only 2 of 674 plants. Resistance was effective under field conditions and aphids could not transmit PMV to resistant cvs.

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