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- Schutte, G. C., et al. Show all 13 Authors
- Phytopathology 2017 v.107 no.6 pp. 758-768
- Citrus; Guignardia citricarpa; asexual reproduction; genetic variation; genotyping; linkage disequilibrium; mating types; microsatellite repeats; pathogens; population structure; rain; reproductive system; sexual reproduction; summer; Australia; Brazil; China; South Africa; United States
- ... The citrus pathogen Phyllosticta citricarpa was first described 117 years ago in Australia; subsequently, from the summer rainfall citrus-growing regions in China, Africa, and South America; and, recently, the United States. Limited information is available on the pathogen’s population structure, mode of reproduction, and introduction pathways, which were investigated by genotyping 383 isolates re ...
- Schütte, G., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Agricultural systems 2007 v.94 no.2 pp. 111-118
- canola; herbicide resistance; transgenic plants; Brassica napus var. napus
- ... To facilitate weed suppression, oilseed rape or canola (Brassica napus) has been genetically modified (GM) over the last two decades to incorporate herbicide tolerance (HT). The introduction of oilseed rape in commercial agriculture raises concerns about potential adverse agronomic and environmental effects linked to both the genetic modification and altered agricultural practice. How will this ne ...