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- Kosman, E.; Pardes, E.; Anikster, Y.; Manisterski, J.; Ben Yehuda, P.; Szabo, L.J.; Sharon, A.
- Phytopathology 2004 v.94 no.6 pp. 632
- Puccinia recondita; genetic variation; pathotypes; pathogenicity; host-pathogen relationships; rust diseases; disease resistance; wheat; Triticum aestivum; Israel; Europe; United States
- ... The genetic relationships between isolates of Puccinia triticina virulent on wheat with the Lr26 resistance gene were studied. The diversity within and between isolates of P. triticina from Israel, Europe, and the United States was determined by virulence on near-isogenic Thatcher lines and by random amplified polymorphic DNA. According to the molecular markers, isolates that were virulent on Lr26 ...
- Martin, F.N.; Tooley, P.W.; Blomquist, C.
- Phytopathology 2004 v.94 no.6 pp. 621
- Phytophthora; Phytophthora ramorum; plant pathogenic fungi; fungal diseases of plants; tree diseases; plants; DNA primers; mitochondrial DNA; polymerase chain reaction; microbial detection; disease detection; California
- ... Sudden oak death is a disease currently devastating forest ecosystems in several coastal areas of California. The pathogen causing this is Phytophthora ramorum, although species such as P. nemorosa and P. pseudosyringae often are recovered from symptomatic plants as well. A molecular marker system was developed based on mitochondrial sequences of the cox I and II genes for detection of Phytophthor ...