Reaction of cabbage lines reveals resistance to infection by Cucumber mosaic virus
Sevik, Mehmet Ali, Deligoz, Ilyas
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ABSTRACT Cucumber mosaic virus (CMV) is one of the most economically damaging viral pathogens affecting vegetable crops around the world. In the present research, 50 cabbage (Brassica oleracea L.) lines chosen from the Black Sea Agricultural Research Institute (BSARI, Turkey) were evaluated for their reaction to CMV. The level of resistance to CMV was determined based on biological assays, symptom expression, disease severity rating, and viral titer, as determined by ELISA. Eight cabbage lines were identified as moderately susceptible and 3 were susceptible to the CMV-BA isolate. These plants exhibited various symptoms and accumulated high levels of virus titer. However, the results showed that 17 lines had high resistance, 12 were found to be resistant and 10 were found to be moderately resistant to the CMV. The lines that showed high levels of resistance to the virus in this study could be used as sources of CMV resistance in cabbage breeding programs.
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