Plant Disease (2007) 91, p. 1059 (Abraham et al.)

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A.D. Abraham, W. Menzel, H.J. Vetten and H. Saucke (2007)
First report of Soybean dwarf virus (Genus Luteovirus) infecting faba bean and clover in Germany
Plant Disease 91 (8), 1059-1059
Abstract: During 2003, faba bean plants growing in Germany were observed with symptoms of yellowing and growth reductions. Nucleic acids were extracted from symptomatic plants and the presence of Soybean dwarf virus was demonstrated by sequence analysis. The virus was also found in red - and white clover using ELISA tests.
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