Wheat yellow mosaic virus resistance in wheat cultivar Madsen acts in roots but not in leaves

  title={Wheat yellow mosaic virus resistance in wheat cultivar Madsen acts in roots but not in leaves},
  author={Cheng Liu and Takako Suzuki and Kohei Mishina and Antje Habekuss and Angelika Ziegler and Chao Li and Shun Sakuma and Guoxiong Chen and Mohammad Pourkheirandish and Takao Komatsuda},
  journal={Journal of General Plant Pathology},
Wheat yellow mosaic virus (WYMV), a member of Bymovirus, is a plant pathogenic virus transmitted by the soil-borne plasmodiophorid Polymyxa graminis. The in planta titer of the virus must be quantified to elucidate the dynamics of WYMV infection and the mechanism(s) underlying host resistance. Here, we describe a robust and sensitive TaqMan-based real time PCR assay based on the sequence of the WYMV coat protein gene. WYMV was undetectable in either the leaves or roots of plants of WYMV… CONTINUE READING


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