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- Cadle-Davidson, Lance
- American journal of enology and viticulture 2008 v.59 no.4 pp. 387
- viticulture; Vitis; cybrids; latent period; Botrytis cinerea; plant pathogenic fungi; host-pathogen relationships; disease resistance; germplasm screening; polymerase chain reaction; pathogenesis; genotype; disease severity
- ... Quiescent infections play key roles in Botrytis cinerea pathogenesis and in the management of Botrytis bunch rot on Vitis spp. An improved understanding of the biology of quiescence and identification of resistant germplasm could result in improved disease management. In 2004 and 2005, two methods were applied to monitor quiescence and activation of natural B. cinerea infections on 32 genotypes of ...
- Stover, Ed; Riaz, Summaira; Walker, M. Andrew
- American journal of enology and viticulture 2008 v.59 no.4 pp. 437
- Xylella fastidiosa; viticulture; wine grapes; gene banks; Pierce's disease; vineyards; Homalodisca vitripennis; transgenic plants; plant pathogenic bacteria; polymerase chain reaction; plant protection; Southeastern United States
- ... The National Clonal Germplasm Repository (NCGR) in Davis, California (CA) maintains the United States collection of warm-climate grapes in a field genebank in Winters, CA. This collection includes numerous accessions that are highly susceptible to Pierce's disease (PD) as well as many PD-tolerant accessions that are native to the southeastern United States. If the glassy-winged sharpshooter became ...