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Legume Virus Project

Trap Locations, 2016, An Interactive Map

How to use this map
Click any of the markers, which represent locations of aphid traps, to see information on how many immigrating winged aphids were trapped at that location on each date throughout the season. The data are updated as soon as they are obtained. If aphids are found to be carrying viruses on any date, that will be noted. Maps for the current year will be posted as soon as data can be acquired and analyzed.

ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays) is a scientific method for determining the presence of virus particles (e.g. BLRV & PEMV in peas). When you click on a site the extra column referring to ELISA Incidence is plant samples taken from each site for a specific date, which indicate where the virus infected plants have been found. The corresponding percentage (0, 33, 66 or 100) refers to the percentage of transects in each site that tested positive for virus (3 transects/site).

Marker Background Color Key
 
 - no aphids found  - BLRV found
 - aphids found  - PeSV found
 - PEMV found  - more than one type of virus found


How to Use this Map:

Click any of the markers, which represent locations of aphid traps, to see information on how many immigrating winged aphids were trapped at that location on each date throughout the season. The data are updated as soon as they are obtained. Expect the first data posting by May 22. If aphids are found to be carrying viruses on any date, that will be noted. Maps for the current year will be posted as soon as data can be acquired and analyzed.

ELISA (enzyme-linked immunosorbent assays) is a scientific method for determining the presence of virus particles (e.g. BLRV & PEMV in peas). When you click on a site the extra column referring to ELISA Incidence is plant samples taken from each site for a specific date, which indicate where the virus infected plants have been found. The corresponding percentage (0, 33, 66 or 100) refers to the percentage of transects in each site that tested positive for virus (3 transects/site).