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“…3h). Broadbent (1954) showed that TuMV could be acquired mainly from older, lower leaves and was localised in parts that showed symptoms whereas CaMV occurs in high concentrations in all new leaves produced by infected plants.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
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“…3h). Broadbent (1954) showed that TuMV could be acquired mainly from older, lower leaves and was localised in parts that showed symptoms whereas CaMV occurs in high concentrations in all new leaves produced by infected plants.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassicae (L) (Hemiptera: Aphididae), is one of the most serious pests of brassicaceous crops worldwide (Bhatia and Verma, 1994; Blackman and Eastop, 2000; Elhamahmy et al ., 2016) It causes direct damage while probing plant tissues for nutrition, and increases its population quickly on infested plants because of its high reproductive capacity (McKinley, 1992), which may result in stunted growth and deformation of the plant (Bonnemaison, 1965; Oatman and Platner, 1969). In addition, it can also lead to indirect damage by transmitting plant pathogenic viruses such as cauliflower mosaic, cabbage ring spot virus, and B. brassicae virus (BrBV) (Broadbent, 1954; Blackman and Eastop, 2000; Ryabov, 2007). Growers rely on insecticide applications to control B. brassica infestations (David and Gardiner, 1959).…”
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“…The differences between the catches of the water trap within the crop and that level with the top of it could not be correlated with the mean wind speed at 2 metres, nor could they be correlated with differences in shade brought about by increased plant growth. The upper trap always caught more aphids, suggesting that they crawled to the upper parts of the potato plant and waited there until conditions for flight became suitable, as aphids are thought to do in a broccoli crop (Broadbent, 1954).…”
Section: Numbers Of Aphids Caught By Traps In a Potato Crop During 1954mentioning