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Red clover clones as local-lesion hosts for bean yellow mosaic virus



Red clover clones as local-lesion hosts for bean yellow mosaic virus



Phytopath 48(7): 369-371



Several clones that produced local necrotic spots when inoculated with an isolate of bean yellow mosaic virus were selected from populations of Kenland red clover. Clone KyC71-8 was useful for comparing virus infectivity in various preparations, and as an indicator for detecting strains of the virus. Clones KyC40, KyC40-l, and KyC40-2 appear promising as breeding stock for resistance.

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