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- Corrêa, Thais Roseli; Picoli, Edgard Augusto de Toledo; Souza, Genaína Aparecida de; Condé, Samyra Alves; Silva, Natália Machado; Lopes-Mattos, Karina Lucas Barbosa; Resende, Marcos Deon Vilela de; Zauza, Edival Angelo Valverde; Oda, Shinitiro
- Industrial crops and products 2017 v.107 pp. 130-138
- lesions (plant), etc ; Eucalyptus; branches; clones; death; dieback; disease resistance; early selection; genetic traits; genotype; greenhouses; heritability; leaf area; phenotype; plant height; polyethylene glycol; population structure; prediction; seedlings; selection criteria; selection index; statistical analysis; statistical models; water stress; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Eucalyptus dieback is a physiological disorder characterized by lesions on the apex of the branches and the death of the shoot apex. Some clones are considered tolerant to this disorder, although, up to now, there are no reports on the use of phenotypic markers for selecting tolerant material. The use of phenotypic markers may contribute to an efficient selection, where the estimation of genetic p ...
- Scholthof, Karen-Beth G.
- Phytopathology 2017 v.107 no.2 pp. 148-157
- lesions (plant), etc ; Capsicum; Nicotiana; Tobacco mosaic virus; bioassays; crops; genes; hands; infection; interspecific hybridization; introgression; mastication; pepper; plant pathogens; plant pathology; smoking (habit); species identification; sweet peppers; tobacco; tomatoes; viruses; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... One of the seminal events in plant pathology was the discovery by Francis O. Holmes that necrotic local lesions induced on certain species of Nicotiana following rub-inoculation of Tobacco mosaic virus (TMV) was due to a specific interaction involving a dominant host gene (N). From this, Holmes had an idea that if the N gene from N. glutinosa was introgressed into susceptible tobacco, the greatly ...