Plant Pathology (2004) 53, p. 517 (Segundo et al.)

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E. Segundo, G. Martín, I.M. Cuadrado and D. Janssen (2004)
A new yellowing disease in Phaseolus vulgaris associated with a whitefly-transmitted virus
Plant Pathology 53 (4), 517-517
Abstract: Bean yellow disorder virus (BnYDV) is described from French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) grown commercially in Spain and showing symptoms of a new disease. Symptoms resembling nutritional disorders consisted of interveinal mottling and yellowing in leaves, combined with stiffness or brittleness, and were produced on the middle to lower parts of the plant. The virus could be transmitted with Bemisia tabaci (9/10) but not by mechanical inoculation (0/30). The nucleotide sequence and deduced amino acid sequence showed the highest percentage identity with the heat shock protein 70 homologue from members of the genus Crinivirus (54% to 67%).
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Bean yellow disorder virus Beans (Phaseolus) Spain (continental)