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Occurrence of bean yellow mosaic virus in Chile


Occurrence of bean yellow mosaic virus in Chile



Agricultura Tecnica 36(1): 19-25



Bean yellow mosaic virus was found to be the causal agent of a severe disease affecting beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) in Chile. The diagnosis was based on differential host-range, physical properties, aphid transmission, particle morphology and length, and the observation of virus inclusions in the infected plant tissue. The virus produces top necrosis in most bean cultivars. The thermal inactivation point is between 50 and 55 deg C and the dilution end-point between 1:3000 and 1:5000.

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