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Inheritance of necrotic reaction in red clover to bean yellow mosaic virus



Inheritance of necrotic reaction in red clover to bean yellow mosaic virus



Phytopathology 55(9): 1041



Most plants in all populations of red clover tested were mottled, that is, homozygous recessive, whereas plants with the dominant necrotic reaction were relatively infrequent. This probably means simply that most plants with the necrotic reaction are killed by the virus and thus eliminated from the reproducing population. If so, the necrotic reaction under natural selection pressure behaves almost like a dominant lethal factor.

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