Bean yellow mosaic virus
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Bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV)
The virus is widely distributed and infects various legumes but also a number of other crops. The symptoms include distinct mottling of yellow-green and dark green areas. Infected plants are stunted. The virus is transmitted by more than 20 species of aphids in a non-persistent manner. Mechanical transmission is also possible.
The virus is filamentous and about 750 nm long. The genome consists of linear, single-stranded RNA with a size of approximately 10 kb.
|• English:||Bean yellow mosaic virus
|• Español:||mosaico amarillo de los frijoles|
|• Français:||virus de la mosaïque jaune du haricot|
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