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Genetic and Virulence Diversity in Verticillium dahliae Populations Infecting Artichoke in Eastern-Central Spain.
ABSTRACT Severe Verticillium dahliae attacks have occurred in artichoke crops in the Comunidad Valenciana region of eastern-central Spain since the late 1990s. Knowledge of genetic and virulenceExpand
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Comparative Study of Genetic Diversity and Pathogenicity Among Populations of Verticillium Dahliae from Cotton in Spain and Israel
Genetic diversity and phenotypic diversity in Verticillium dahliae populations on cotton were studied among 62 isolates from Spain and 49 isolates from Israel, using vegetative compatibility groupingExpand
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Vegetative compatibility of cotton-defoliating Verticillium dahliae in Israel and its pathogenicity to various crop plants
Verticillium dahliae isolates recovered from a new focus of severe Verticillium wilt of cotton in the northeast of Israel were tested for vegetative compatibility using nitrate non-utilizing (nit)Expand
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Pre-breeding for resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive: Fishing in the wild relative gene pool
Abstract This study aimed to identify new sources of resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive. We evaluated various types of genotypes: wild olive trees (Olea europaea subsp. europaea var.Expand
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Influencia de las cubiertas vegetales y de los restos de poda sobre las enfermedades del olivar causadas por patógenos de suelo
Trabajo presentado en las Jornadas de Investigacion y Transferencia de Tecnologia al Sector Oleicola, celebradas en Cordoba el 20 y 21 de noviembre de 2002.
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Differentiation of Cotton-defoliating and Nondefoliating Pathotypes of Verticillium dahliae by RAPD and Specific PCR Analyses
Severe Verticillium wilt of cotton in southern Spain is associated with the spread of a highly virulent, defoliating (D) pathotype of Verticillium dahliae. Eleven of the D and 15 of a mildlyExpand
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Resistance to Verticillium wilt in olive progenies from open-pollination
Abstract Verticillium wilt, a vascular disease caused by the soilborne fungus Verticillium dahliae Kleb., constitutes currently the major cultivation constraint in many olive growing areas. AnExpand
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Evaluation of Verticillium wilt resistance in selections from olive breeding crosses
Verticillium wilt (VW) resistance was evaluated in genotypes from olive crosses including resistant cultivars as parents. Thirty-eight genotypes from three crosses were evaluated: ‘Changlot Real’ ×Expand
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Verticillium wilt evaluation of olive breeding selections under semi-controlled conditions.
Genetic resistance is the most recommended measure to control verticillium wilt in olive (VWO), a vascular disease caused by the soil-borne fungus Verticillium dahliae, which has promoted in recentExpand