Host range, purification and some properties of hop mosaic virus.

@inproceedings{Adams1980HostRP,
  title={Host range, purification and some properties of hop mosaic virus.},
  author={Amanda Nicolson Adams and Dez J. Barbara},
  year={1980}
}
SUMMARY Hop mosaic virus (HMV) causes severe symptoms in sensitive hop (Humulus Zupulus) cultivars, but over 90% of hop plants grown in England belong to tolerant cultivars and most of these plants are infected. HMV infected 11 herbaceous species symptomlessly but infection was systemic in only three of these: Nicotiana clevelandii, N. debneyi and Urtica urens. HMV did not infect 33 other species in 13 families. The virus was transmitted in the non-persistent manner by the aphids Myzus… CONTINUE READING

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