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Reduction of ozone sensitivity of pinto bean by virus-induced local lesions

Reduction of ozone sensitivity of pinto bean by virus-induced local lesions

Plant Disease Reporter 60(1): 31-34

Five days after emergence, immature primary leaves of bean (Phaseolus vulgaris Pinto III) plants were inoculated with alfalfa mosaic virus, tobacco ringspot virus, tomato ringspot virus or tobacco mosaic virus. Five days later the plants were exposed to 497 mu g O3/m3 air (0.25 ppm) for 4 h (1000 to 1400) at 21 deg C, 75% RH and light intensity of 25 klux. Virus infection reduced O3 sensitivity in all instances.

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