Occurrence of Begomovirus Associated with Yellow Vein Mosaic Disease of Kenaf (<i>Hibiscus cannabinus</i>) in Northern India

Fig. 2. Autoradiogram showing hybridization of DNA from symptomatic kenaf samples with the α-P³² radio-labeled Cotton leaf curl virus DNA A probe. Symptomatic samples were collected from: Susrauli (Lanes 1 and 2), Kalpipara (Lane 3), Chichdi (Lane 5), and germplasm accessions from our experimental field (Lanes 6 and 7). DNA isolated from virus-free kenaf samples, grown under controlled glasshouse conditions, served as healthy control (Lane 8).



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Occurrence of Begomovirus Associated with Yellow Vein Mosaic Disease of Kenaf (Hibiscus cannabinus) in Northern India