Inheritance of Resistance to Watermelon Mosaic Virus in Cucumis melo L.

@article{Gilbert1994InheritanceOR,
  title={Inheritance of Resistance to Watermelon Mosaic Virus in Cucumis melo L.},
  author={Raphael Z. Gilbert and Molly M. Kyle and H. M. Munger and Stewart M Gray},
  journal={Hortscience},
  year={1994},
  volume={29},
  pages={107-110}
}
Resistance to watermelon mosaic virus (WMV) was transferred by successive backcrossing with selection from Cucumis melo PI 414723 to three melon varieties. Levels of resistance to virus accumulation in leaf tissue were evaluated using enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, and procedures are described to select resistant individuals effi- ciently and accurately in segregating populations. Resistance is controlled by a single dominant. gene designated Wmr. Plants that carry this gene initially… Expand

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