Plant Disease (2011) 95, p. 881 (Udayashankar et al.)

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A.C. Udayashankar, S. Chandra Nayaka, S.R. Niranjana, O.S. Lund and H.S. Prakash (2011)
First report of Bean common mosaic virus infecting Lablab purpureus in India
Plant Disease 95 (7), 881-881
Abstract: During 2008, hyacinth beans (Lablab purpureus) grown in India were observed with symptoms of stunting, mosaic, vein-banding, vein-clearing, mottling, and blisters. Incidence of the disease ranged from 1 to 10% in different fields. The presence of Bean common mosaic virus was demonstrated in the symptomatic plants using specific antisera, electron microscopy, PCR analysis and nucleotide sequencing.
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Database assignments for author(s): Siddapura Ramachandrappa Niranjana

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general biology - morphology - evolution

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Bean common mosaic virus Hyacinth bean (Lablab purpureus) India