Bean common mosaic virus

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Symptoms of Bean yellow mosaic virus infection on common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Authors: Howard F. Schwartz (Colorado State University)
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Bean common mosaic virus (BCMV)

The virus causes the bean common mosaic disease and is widespread on Phaseolus beans and other legumes. Infected plants show stunted growth, leaf curling, mosaic symptoms, as well as mottling, chlorosis and necrosis at higher temperatures (temperature-sensitive necrosis). The virus is transmitted through aphids in a non-persistent manner, as well as through seeds and pollen. The particles are flexuous and about 750 nm long. A separate strain (BCMV-BIC) causes cowpea blackeye.

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Vernacular names
• Deutsch: Gewöhnliches Bohnenmosaik-Virus
• English: Bean common mosaic virus
• Español: mosaico común de los frijoles
• Français: mosaïque commune du haricot

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