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Peroxidases of red clover clones resistant and susceptible to an isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus


Peroxidases of red clover clones resistant and susceptible to an isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 2: 140-141



Preliminary results on peroxidase activity in the extract of disease-free leaves of the Trifolium pratense clones KyC36, KyC71-8, KyC40-1 and KyC101, which exhibit, respectively, mottling, systemic necrosis, hypersensitive-local necrosis and no symptoms when infected with the red clover isolate 204/1 of the virus, indicated that the resistant genotypes possess higher activities than the susceptible ones.

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