Effect of Barley yellow dwarf virus Infection on Yield and Malting Quality of Barley

@inproceedings{Edwards2001EffectOB,
  title={Effect of Barley yellow dwarf virus Infection on Yield and Malting Quality of Barley},
  author={Michael W. Edwards and Thomas G. Fetch},
  year={2001}
}
Barley yellow dwarf (BYD), the most common and widespread virus disease of cereal crops worldwide (14), may be caused by any one of several Barley yellow dwarf viruses (BYDVs) of the family Luteoviridae. Transmitted by at least 25 aphid species (24), these viruses historically have been classified into two subgroups and five strains based on aphid vector specificity and efficiency (31). However, each is now considered a member of the genus Luteovirus or Polerovirus, or is not yet assigned to a… CONTINUE READING

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However , in 1999 , a widespread and severe BYD disease epidemic occurred on barley ( Hordeum vulgare L. ) , wheat ( Triticum aestivum L. ) , and oat ( Avena sativa L. ) in North Dakota , South Dakota , and Minnesota ( B. Steffenson and M. McMullen , unpublished data ) .
However , in 1999 , a widespread and severe BYD disease epidemic occurred on barley ( Hordeum vulgare L. ) , wheat ( Triticum aestivum L. ) , and oat ( Avena sativa L. ) in North Dakota , South Dakota , and Minnesota ( B. Steffenson and M. McMullen , unpublished data ) .
CerealsNo subtypePoaceae
BYDVs have a large host range , infecting many grass species in the family Poaceae and all major cereal crops ( 15 ) .
PoaceaeNo subtypeCereals
BYDVs have a large host range , infecting many grass species in the family Poaceae and all major cereal crops ( 15 ) .
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