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Experimental hosts of the beet leafhopper-transmitted virescence agent



Experimental hosts of the beet leafhopper-transmitted virescence agent



Plant Disease, 7310: 850-854



The vector Circulifer tenellus was used to inoculate 60 species of plants with the beet leafhopper transmitted virescence agent (BLTVA). A wide range of host reactions was seen in 43 species including floral gigantism, host induction response, internode elongation, internode shortening, leaf deformation, leaf mottling, proliferation, stunting, tip necrosis, virescence, wilting and yellowing.

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