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Relative sensitivity of eleven winter barley cultivars to barley yellow mosaic virus


  • Maroquin, C. , Cavelier, M. & Crohain, A. (1983). Relative sensitivity of eleven winter barley cultivars to barley yellow mosaic virus. Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent, 48: (3),
Type Journal Article
Year 1983
Title Relative sensitivity of eleven winter barley cultivars to barley yellow mosaic virus
Journal Mededelingen van de Faculteit Landbouwwetenschappen Rijksuniversiteit Gent
Recnumber 37
Volume 48
Issue 3
Endnote Keywords Barley|varietal reactions|diseases|cultivars|disease resistance|cereals|plant pathology|International on phytopharmacy and phytiatry|International symposium on crop protection|
Abstract In a field trial in Belgium on soil naturally infested with BYMV Galion and Birgit developed no symptoms and gave higher yields than Gerbel, normally high yielding but very susceptible. Mammut (susceptible but tolerant) yielded better than Franca and Barbo which appeared not to be susceptible. The 4 resistant cultivars are all long-strawed, mid-season cultivars.
Notes Cited Reference Count: 6 ref. Conference paper, Journal article French 2 tab.
Author address Sta. Phytopath. de l'Etat, Gembloux, Belgium.
Lien ://19841398179
Authors Maroquin, C. , Cavelier, M. & Crohain, A.