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Bean yellow mosaic potyvirus infection of alternative annual pasture, forage, and cool season crop legumes: susceptibility, sensitivity, and seed transmission
Seven field and 5 glasshouse experiments were done during 1994-98 to determine the relative susceptibilities and sensitivities of a wide range of alternative annual pasture, forage, and crop legumesExpand
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Quantification of Yield Losses Caused by Barley yellow dwarf virus in Wheat and Oats.
Grain yield data obtained from five field experiments in Western Australia from 1992 to 1994, in which insecticide applications suppressed the spread of Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) in wheat andExpand
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Occurrence of barley yellow dwarf virus serotypes MAV and RMV in over-summering grasses
Over-summering grasses were collected in the south-west of Western Australia in 1991 and 1992 and tested by ELISA using serotype specific polyclonal antibodies for presence of barley yellow dwarfExpand
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Further studies on the incidence of virus infection in white clover pastures
Leaf samples of white clover were collected from 19 irrigated white clover (Trifolium repens) pastures in the south-west of Western Australia and tested for virus infection by enzyme-linkedExpand
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Mobile phones represent a pathway for microbial transmission: A scoping review
Abstract Background Mobile phones have become an integral part of modern society. As possible breeding grounds for microbialExpand
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Use of imidacloprid and newer generation synthetic pyrethroids to control the spread of barley yellow dwarf luteovirus in cereals
In seven field experiments with wheat and oats sown in autumn, insecticides were applied to control aphids and thereby diminish the spread of aphid-transmitted barley yellow dwarf luteovirus (BYDV).Expand
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Seed-borne cucumber mosaic virus infection of subterranean clover in Western Australia.
In Western Australia, infection with cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) was widespread in all three subspecies of subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) growing in plots belonging to the AustralianExpand
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Occurrence of alfalfa mosaic and subterranean clover red leaf viruses in legume pastures in Western Australia
When leaf samples were collected from 94 Trifolium subterraneum (subterranean clover) pastures from six districts in spring 1993 in the south-west of Western Australia and tested by enzyme-linkedExpand
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Determining the effectiveness of grazing and trampling by livestock in transmitting white clover mosaic and subterranean clover mottle viruses
Glasshouse and mini-sward experiments were done to determine the relative roles of grazing and trampling by livestock in transmitting white clover mosaic (WC1MV) and subterranean clover mottleExpand
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Occurrence of bean yellow mosaic virus in subterranean clover pastures and perennial native legumes
In 1990, infection with bean yellow mosaic virus (BYMV) was widespread in subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) pastures in the south-west of Western Australia. When 100 leaves were sampled atExpand
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