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Transmission experiments with an isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus from Gladiolus nanus - activation of the infectivity for Vicia faba by a previous passage on this host


, : Transmission experiments with an isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus from Gladiolus nanus - activation of the infectivity for Vicia faba by a previous passage on this host. Acta Horticulturae (59): 39-47

The BYMV isolate was easily transmitted from Nicotiana clevelandii to N. clevelandii but only with difficulty to broad bean; it was easily transmitted from broad bean to broad bean and to N. clevelandii. A greatly increased infectivity for broad bean was retained after one passage on N. clevelandii following a passage on broad bean. It was lost, however, after several passages on N. clevelandii.


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