C1 - Edited contributions to conferences/learned societies
Plumb, R. T. 1971. The control of insect-transmitted viruses of cereals. Proceedings of the 6th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference 1971. British Crop Protection Council (BCPC).
|Authors||Plumb, R. T.|
Barley yellow dwarf virus is the most widespread and damaging of insect-transmitted viruses of cereal crops in Britain but the losses it causes differ greatly in different parts of the country and from year to year. Isolates of the virus differ in virulence and not all are transmitted equally well by the several species of aphid vector. Crops in south and south western counties are worst affected because the mild winters enable vectors to overwinter on hosts of the virus infected with virulent isolates.
|Year of Publication||1971|
|Conference title||6th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference|
|Open access||Published as non-open access|
|Journal citation||pp. 307-313|
|Publisher||British Crop Protection Council (BCPC)|
|Book title||Proceedings of the 6th British Insecticide and Fungicide Conference 1971|
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