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Transmission of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus isolates MAV and PAV by cereal aphid Metopolophium dirhodum

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Efficiency of transmission of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus isolates MAV and PAV by different aphid vectors was studied in glasshouse conditions.
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Badano przenoszenie luteowirusa żółtej karłowatości jęczmienia (BYDV), szczepów MAV i PAV, przez mszyce w warunkach szklarniowych. Doświadczenia miały na celu porównanie skuteczności przenoszenia BYDV przez główne wektory: Sitobion avenae i Rhopalosiphum padi z możliwościami transmisji BYDV przez mszyce Metopolophium dirhodum, gatunku pojawiającego się dość licznie w ostatnich dwóch latach na zbożach w Polsce. BYDV-MAV i BYDV-PAV przenoszono na pszenicę odmiany Almari, pszenżyto odmiany Moniko i owies odmiany Jawor. W naszych warunkach doświadczalnych skuteczność przenoszenia BYDV-MAV przez mszyce M. dirhodum i S. avenae była zbliżona, podobnie jak wydajność przenoszenia BYDV-PAV przez mszyce M. dirhodum i R. padi.
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  • Institute of Plant Protection, Miczurina 20, 60-318 Poznan, Poland
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