•This study provides important new information which enhances understanding of virus-vector relationships in the PSbMV-pea pathosystem.•It found that A. craccivora and M. persicae were efficient vectors, but A. kondoi and R. padi were inefficient. L. erysimi did not transmit.•R. padi alatae preferentially alighted on infected plants early on, followed by a shift to mock-inoculated plants after 24h.•In contrast, M. persicae alatae exhibited a preference to alight on mock-inoculated at all times tested.•PSbMV-induced alterations to plant VOC profiles could be responsible for aphid attraction or repulsion to infected plants.
Virus Research – Elsevier
Published: Sep 15, 2017
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