Different Classes of Resistance to Turnip Mosaic Virus in Brassica rapa

@article{Walsh2004DifferentCO,
  title={Different Classes of Resistance to Turnip Mosaic Virus in Brassica rapa},
  author={John A. Walsh and Rachel L. Rusholme and Sara L. Hughes and Carol E. Jenner and Judith M. Bambridge and Derek J. Lydiate and Sylvia K. Green},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={108},
  pages={15-20}
}
Pathotype-specific and broad-spectrum resistance to turnip mosaic virus (TuMV) have been identified in the diploid A genome brassica species Brassica rapa. The pathotype-specific resistance is effective against pathotype 1 isolates of TuMV, which are the most common in Europe. It is almost identical in its specificity to that of a mapped resistance gene (TuRB01) present in the A genome of the amphidiploid species Brassica napus. A mutant of a pathotype 1 isolate of TuMV (UK 1M) that is able to… CONTINUE READING
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