Clonal and sexual propagation in Botrytis elliptica

@inproceedings{Huang2000ClonalAS,
  title={Clonal and sexual propagation in Botrytis elliptica},
  author={Junbin Huang and T Hsieh and Gary A. Chastagner and Tom Hsiang},
  year={2000}
}
Genetic variation was found between isolates of Botrytis elliptica from the USA and Taiwan based on 22 polymorphic markers from five RAPD primers. Among these 69 isolates, there were 43 different genotypes. One clonal genotype was found spanning Oregon and Washington, USA, and in a population from Hsinshe, Taiwan, clonal genotypes were frequent, demonstrating the importance of asexual spread of this pathogen. However, when only unique genotypes were considered, gametic disequilibrium among… CONTINUE READING

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