Effectiveness of three potential sources of resistance in wheat against Wheat streak mosaic virus under field conditions
Wheat streak mosaic virus is an established major threat to wheat in North America and is newly identified in Australia. Three genetic sources of resistance were examined, Wsm1 (from an alien translocation), Wsm2 (from CO960293-2), and c2652 (selected in
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