Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection

Amy D. Ziems, Loren J Giesler, George L. Graef, Margaret G. Redinbaugh, Jean L. Vacha, Sue Ann Berry, Laurence V. Madden, Anne E. Dorrance

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Bean pod mottle virus (BPMV) has become increasingly common in soybean throughout the north-central region of the United States. Yield loss assessments on southern soybean germplasm have reported reductions ranging from 3 to 52%. Currently, no soybean cultivars have been identified with resistance to BPMV. The objective of this study was to determine the impact of BPMV infection on soybean cultivars representing a broad range of northern soybean germplasm by comparing inoculated and noninoculated soybean plants in paired row studies. In all, 30 and 24 cultivars were evaluated in Nebraska (NE) in which soybean plants were inoculated at the V3 to V4 growth stage. Eleven cultivars from public and breeding lines were inoculated at the VC and R5 to R6 growth stages in Ohio (OH). Disease severity, yield, and percent seed coat mottling were assessed at both locations, whereas protein and oil content also were assessed at NE. Yield and percent seed coat mottling was significantly reduced following inoculation at the VC (OH) and V3 to V4 (NE) growth stages. In addition, seed oil and protein composition were impacted in 1 of the 2 years of the study. This study demonstrates that substantial yield losses can occur in soybean due to BPMV infection. In addition, protein and oil may be affected depending on the environment during the production season.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)719-726
Number of pages8
JournalPlant Disease
Volume91
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 1 2007

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Bean pod mottle virus
soybeans
cultivars
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developmental stages
germplasm
protein composition
breeding lines
seed oils
disease severity
lipid content
protein content

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Ziems, A. D., Giesler, L. J., Graef, G. L., Redinbaugh, M. G., Vacha, J. L., Berry, S. A., ... Dorrance, A. E. (2007). Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection. Plant Disease, 91(6), 719-726. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-91-6-0719

Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection. / Ziems, Amy D.; Giesler, Loren J; Graef, George L.; Redinbaugh, Margaret G.; Vacha, Jean L.; Berry, Sue Ann; Madden, Laurence V.; Dorrance, Anne E.

In: Plant Disease, Vol. 91, No. 6, 01.06.2007, p. 719-726.

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Ziems, AD, Giesler, LJ, Graef, GL, Redinbaugh, MG, Vacha, JL, Berry, SA, Madden, LV & Dorrance, AE 2007, 'Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection', Plant Disease, vol. 91, no. 6, pp. 719-726. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-91-6-0719
Ziems AD, Giesler LJ, Graef GL, Redinbaugh MG, Vacha JL, Berry SA et al. Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection. Plant Disease. 2007 Jun 1;91(6):719-726. https://doi.org/10.1094/PDIS-91-6-0719
Ziems, Amy D. ; Giesler, Loren J ; Graef, George L. ; Redinbaugh, Margaret G. ; Vacha, Jean L. ; Berry, Sue Ann ; Madden, Laurence V. ; Dorrance, Anne E. / Response of soybean cultivars to Bean pod mottle virus infection. In: Plant Disease. 2007 ; Vol. 91, No. 6. pp. 719-726.
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