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Variation of tolerance to wheat streak mosaic virus among cultivars of hard red spring wheat



Variation of tolerance to wheat streak mosaic virus among cultivars of hard red spring wheat



Plant Disease 72(8): 705-707



The effects of wheat streak mosaic virus (WSMV) infection on yields and 1,000-kernel wt of 19 spring wheat [Triticum aestivum] cultivars were determined in field studies after uniform mechanical inoculation of each cultivar. In 1986, yield reductions due to WSMV infection ranged from 48.5 to 98.7%, while 1,000-kernel wt reductions ranged from 17.9 to 42.4%. In 1987, reductions in yield ranged from 31.9 to 95.3%, while reductions in 1,000-kernel wt ranged from 10.8 to 49.3%. Although none of the cultivars demonstrated excellent tolerance to infection under these conditions, potentially useful tolerance was found in a few cultivars.

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