Mohamed El-Otmani

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Melon Fusarium wilt (MFW), caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. melonis (Fom), is one of the most destructive diseases of melon (Cucumis melo L.). The development and deployment of resistant cultivars is generally considered to be the best approach to control MFW. Based on the host resistance genes associated with variants of this pathogen, Fom isolates were(More)
Javier Abadia Suzanne R. Abrams Elena Algar A.D. Ali Suleyman I. Allakhverdiev Andrew Allan Domingos Almeida Paula Andrade Klaus Appenroth G-I Arimura Ricardo Aroca Han Asard Stefania Astolfi Ross Atkinson T. Ayala-Silva Polat Aytekin Alma Balestrazzi Frantisek Baluska Zsofia Banfalvi Carlos Bartoli S. Bautista-Barios Nacer Bellaloui Jose Beltrano Susanne(More)
Originating from a natural crossing between mandarin and sweet orange at the end of the 19(th) century, clementine diversified through the selection of spontaneous mutations. Today, it seems almost impossible to distinguish one variety from another. The development of molecular tools for variety identification is thus necessary. Three clementine cultivars,(More)
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