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Epidemiology of vector of pigeonpea sterility mosaic virus

Indian Journal of Virology 13(2): 143-145

Epidemiology of vector of pigeonpea sterility mosaic virus

Populations of Aceria cajani (vector of the pigeon pea sterility mosaic virus) were recorded weekly during 1989-90 in Uttar Pradesh, India, on virus infected pigeon peas (cv. NPWR-15). The greatest population was recorded in May and the smallest in January. A positive correlation existed with maximum and minimum temperature and a negative correlation with maximum relative humidity.

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