Further studies on leaf curl of cotton in the Sudan.

@article{Kirkpatrick1931FurtherSO,
  title={Further studies on leaf curl of cotton in the Sudan.},
  author={T. Kirkpatrick},
  journal={Bulletin of Entomological Research},
  year={1931},
  volume={22},
  pages={323-363}
}
The reasons for adopting the name “ leaf-curl ” for the virus disease which is manifested by symptoms of “ leaf-crinkle ” on certain varieties of cotton, and by “ mosaic ” on certain others, are discussed. A brief review is given of the very few references in previous literature which are relevant to leaf-curl. Up to the end of February 1931, 168 straightforward attempts had been made to transmit crinkle from Sakel cotton to Sakel by means of white-flies ( Bemisia gossypiperda , Misra & Lamba… Expand
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