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Resistance to Pathogens of the Potato Accessions from the Collection of N. I. Vavilov Institute of Plant Industry (VIR)
- N. Zoteyeva, M. Chrzanowska, B. Flis, E. Zimnoch-Guzowska
- American Journal of Potato Research
- 21 June 2012
In total, 154 accessions of wild potato species from VIR’s potato collection were screened at IHAR-PIB Młochów Research Center (Poland) for resistance to Phytophthora infestans and, a part of them,… Expand
Phytophthora is the most devastating pathogen of dicot plants. There is a need for resistance sources with different modes of action to counteract the fast evolution of this pathogen. In order to… Expand
MOLECULAR SCREENING OF POTATO VARIETIES BRED IN THE NORTHWESTERN ZONE OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERАTION
Increasing the resistance of varieties to diseases and pests is a priority in potato breeding. Many potato varieties created in the Leningrad Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture “Belogorka”… Expand
FACILITATION OF INTROGRESSIVE HYBRIDIZATION OF WILD POLYPLOID MEXICAN POTATO SPECIES USING DNA MARKERS OF R GENES AND OF DIFFERENT CYTOPLASMIC TYPES
Nowadays potato breeding is targeting to develop genetically divers high yielding varieties with multiple pathogen resistance traits. Interspecific hybridization jointed with… Expand
The Vavilov Research Institute's potato collection survived the siege of Leningrad - will it survive 21st-century economic restructuring?
Phenotypic characteristics of North-West Russian populations of Phytophthora infestans (2003-2008) [Conference poster].
Frequencies of Phytophthora infestans genes for virulence had been examined for the samples collected in North-West region of russia in 2003-2008. The total of 459 isolates have been collected in… Expand
Resistance to Phytophthora infestans and Potato virus X (PVX) in wild potato species Solanum acaule Bitt. from the collection of N. I. Vavilov Research Institute of Plant Industry.
Wild potato species from the VIR collection as source of resistance to late blight.
Crossability of wild potato species and advanced breeding lines resistant to late blight [Conference poster].
In order to reduce the damage from Phytophthora infestans the use of new resistant cultivars is one of the viable approaches for late blight management. In crosses made at SLU, Alnarp (Sweden), wild… Expand