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Reaction of Phaseolus species to horsegram yellow mosaic



Reaction of Phaseolus species to horsegram yellow mosaic



Indian Journal of Genetics and Plant Breeding 37(3): 488-490



Viral infection was determined after incubation periods of up to 38 days following exposure of seedlings of 20 species to viruliferous whiteflies (Bemisia tabaci) for 48 h. Ph. angularis and Ph. bracteatus, which had mild symptoms, and Ph. calcaratus and Ph. trilobus, which had no symptoms, are recommended for use in breeding.

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