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A new gene for peanut mottle virus resistance in soybean



A new gene for peanut mottle virus resistance in soybean



Soybean Genetics Newsletter 10: 102-104



Analysis of data on field reaction to inoculation with virus in the F3 of crosses involving five lines, indicated that York, Shore, Arksoy and Dorman possess the same dominant gene for resistance while CNS has a different dominant gene.

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