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Identification of bean leaf roll virus infecting broad bean (Vicia faba)

, : Identification of bean leaf roll virus infecting broad bean (Vicia faba). Journal of Nanjing Agricultural University 17(4): 49-53

A strain of bean leaf roll luteovirus was isolated from faba beans in Nanjing showing symptoms of yellowing and rolling of leaves. The isolate was transmitted persistently by Aphis craccivora and Acyrthosiphon pisum (the most efficient) and by Aphis gossypii and Myzus persicae. Transmission by A. craccivora required a min. acquisition access period of 30 min, latent period of 12-96 h and min. inoculation period of 30 min. The virus persisted in A. craccivora through ecdysis and up to 30 d.

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