Resistance to Erysiphe polygoni of Red Clover Infected with Bean Yellow Mosaic Virus

Science  20 Nov 1964:
Vol. 146, Issue 3647, pp. 1054-1055
DOI: 10.1126/science.146.3647.1054


The development of Erysiphe polygoni on leaves of red clover was retarded by poor infection with bean yellow mosaic virus. Conidia germinated on leaves infected with the virus but disintegrated following necrosis of the leaf tissue in the immediate area of the germinating conidia.