barley yellow dwarf virus

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barley yellow dwarf virus

[¦bär·lē ′yel·ō ‚dwȯrf ‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
The type species of the genus Luteovirus.
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The effect of Barley yellow dwarf virus on the amino acid composition of spring wheat.
Barley yellow dwarf virus, wheat, and Sitobion avenae: a case of trilateral interactions.
and its susceptibility to the plant luteovirus Barley yellow dwarf virus.
Seasonal abundance of aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) in wheat and their role as Barley yellow dwarf virus vectors in the South Carolina coastal plain.
Aphid abundance on cereals in autumn predicts yield losses caused by Barley yellow dwarf virus.
The genes Lemaux and Wan inserted may help barley resist attack by barley yellow dwarf virus.
Each bullet was coated with genes that scientists expect will fight barley yellow dwarf virus.