Pike, K.S.

A review of barley yellow dwarf virus grain yield losses - 1990 - Printed

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Studies have been conducted worldwide to document the extent of plant damage caused by BYDV. Its impact on wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), barley (Hordeum vulgare L.), and oats (Avena sativa L.) is variable, depending upon such factors as aphid vector species and infectivity, virus isolate(s), and plant stage infected. A summary of the grain yield losses from selected studies in Europe, Canada, USA, Ecuador, and Australia is provided. Included is information on vector species, artificial inoculation, natural infestation/infection, crop type, and growth stage infected, based principally on published studies from field and greenhouse


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Aphididae
Aphidoidea
Application methods
Arthropoda
Avena
Biological properties
Disease transmission
Gramineae
Hemiptera
Homoptera
Hordeum
Insecta
Luteoviruses
Microbial properties
Pathogenesis
Plant diseases
Plant viruses
Sternorrhyncha
Viruses
Triticum

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