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Occurrence of luteoviruses of cereals in Zea mays L



Occurrence of luteoviruses of cereals in Zea mays L



Zeitschrift fur Pflanzenkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz 107(5): 528-538



Every year, luteoviruses of cereals (including barley yellow dwarf virus, BYDV) appear in maize crops in Central Germany. Field studies were carried out during 1990-99 in the Federal States of Sachsen and Sachsen-Anhalt to investigate several aspects related to BYDV infection. Approximately 50% of infected maize plants showed typical symptoms such as red discoloration of tips and margins of leaves. Discoloration increased in older leaves.

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