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Transmission of peanut mottle virus by three aphid vectors from peanut to peanut in the laboratory



Transmission of peanut mottle virus by three aphid vectors from peanut to peanut in the laboratory



Virginia Journal of Science 371: 16-22



The transmission of peanut mottle virus (PMV) from peanut to peanut in the lab by Myzus persicae, Aphis craccivora and Rhopalosiphum maidis was 29, 14, and 4 percent, respectively, using five aphids per test plant, and was lower than had been previously reported. M. persicae was the most efficient transmitter of PMV in this series of tests. PMV was transmitted at a rate of 7.5 percent when using 14 day old peanut seedlings as the virus recipient, and 2.3 percent when using 28 day old seedlings as the virus recipient. The retention period of PVM by the species of aphids tested was between one and 15 minutes.

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