Different evolutionary histories of two Phragmidium species infecting the same dog rose hosts.

@article{Ritz2005DifferentEH,
  title={Different evolutionary histories of two Phragmidium species infecting the same dog rose hosts.},
  author={Christiane M. Ritz and Wolfgang Maier and Franz Oberwinkler and Volker Wissemann},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2005},
  volume={109 Pt 5},
  pages={
          603-9
        }
}
Rust fungi in the genus Phragmidium are frequent pathogens of both wild and cultivated roses. We investigated the occurrence and relationships of rusts on dog roses, Rosa sect. Caninae (Rosa canina, R. corymbifera and R. rubiginosa) in Germany. Two Phragmidium species, P. mucronatum and P. tuberculatum, were able to infect each of the three dog rose species examined. However, the overall infection of R. rubiginosa was significantly lower, which could be important for rose breeding. Despite… 

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