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Tests of soybean varieties and germplasm lines for resistance to peanut mild mottle virus and peanut stunt virus



Tests of soybean varieties and germplasm lines for resistance to peanut mild mottle virus and peanut stunt virus



Soybean Science 7(1): 53-60



Eight soyabean varieties and 24 lines were evaluated for resistance to peanut mild mottle virus (PMMV) and peanut stunt virus (PSV) following both inoculation and natural field infection in 1985-87. Reactions varied from highly susceptible to highly resistant, with 37.5% and 9.4% of entries being highly resistant to PSV and PMMV, respectively. Jing 784 was highly resistant to both viruses, while Yudou 2 and Yuejin 5 had high resistance to PMMV and moderate resistance to PSV.

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