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- Singh, Ruchi; Kumar, Sudheer; Kashyap, Prem Lal; Srivastava, Alok Kumar; Mishra, Sanjay; Sharma, Arun Kumar
- Molecular biotechnology 2014 v.56 no.11 pp. 1049-1059
- Alternaria brassicicola; DNA primers; alleles; arginine; blight; defoliation; detection limit; fungi; growth retardation; leaves; loci; lysine; microsatellite repeats; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; rapeseed; spores
- ... Alternaria blight caused by Alternaria brassicicola (Schwein.) Wiltshire and A. brassicae (Berk.) Sacc., is one of the most important disease of rapeseed–mustard, characterized by the formation of spots on leaves, stem, and siliquae with premature defoliation and stunting of growth. These two species are very difficult to differentiate based on disease symptoms or spore morphology. Therefore, the ...
- Villano, Clizia; Carputo, Domenico; Frusciante, Luigi; Santoro, Xenia; Aversano, Riccardo
- Molecular biotechnology 2014 v.56 no.11 pp. 1011-1020
- Vitis riparia; Vitis vinifera; alleles; biotypes; cultivars; genetic variation; grapes; homonym; microsatellite repeats; population structure; winemaking; Italy
- ... Native grapevines are the quintessential elements of Southern Italy winemaking, and genomic characterization plays a role of primary importance for preservation and sustainable use of these unexploited genetic resources. Among the various molecular techniques available, SSR and retrotransposons-based markers result to be the most valuable for cultivars and biotypes distinctiveness. A total of 62 a ...