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Etiology of rugosity and mottling of soybean seeds (Glycine L.)


, : Etiology of rugosity and mottling of soybean seeds (Glycine L.). Ochrana Rostlin 29(2): 81-86

The aetiology of rugosity and mottling symptoms on seeds and mosaic on leaves in the soyabean variety Sluna and soyabean breeding material was investigated in Moravia, Czech Republic. Serological tests and EM gave negative results for bean common mosaic potyvirus, bean yellow mosaic potyvirus and bean pod mottle comovirus.

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