AbstractA mosaic virus of Vigna hosei (Craib) Back is described. The virus was transmitted by mechanical means to several varieties or selections of Phaseolus vulgaris and to Cassia occidentalis and P. lathyroides. It was transmitted to seven different plant species by means of Aphis craccivora. It resembled somewhat the mosaic virus of V. repens on the basis of symptoms produced on several bean varieties and selections.
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