BNYVVBeet Necrotic Yellow Vein Virus
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Now, it turns out, BNYVV may have a partner in crime--one that hides within rhizomania's symptoms and itself is damaging to beets.
Yellow lesions formed on the inoculated leaves 5 days later--sooner than if the culprit had been BNYVV or related viruses.
While helping search for BNYVV with a transmission electron microscope, collaborating North Dakota State University plant pathologist Tom Freeman discovered hexagonal particles of a mystery virus embedded within the cytoplasm of the infected plants' cells.