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Sero-diagnosis of six cowpea seedborne viruses in India

Sero-diagnosis of six cowpea seedborne viruses in India

Indian Journal of Virology 5(1-2): 45-55

Seed transmission was confirmed in 28 of 60 cowpea cultivars tested. The seedborne viruses identified included blackeye cowpea mosaic potyvirus (rate of seed transmission 7.8-41.6%), cowpea aphid-borne mosaic potyvirus (3.1-20%), cucumber mosaic cucumovirus (1.3-25.8%), sunn-hemp mosaic tobamovirus (2.5-17.5%), cowpea mild mottle virus and southern bean mosaic sobemovirus.

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