Genetic Relationships Between Cercospora kikuchii Populations from South America and Japan.

  title={Genetic Relationships Between Cercospora kikuchii Populations from South America and Japan.},
  author={Iori Imazaki and Yoshihisa Homma and Masayasu Kato and Simona Vallone and Jos{\'e} Tadashi Yorinori and A A Henning and Hiromi Iizumi and Shinzo Koizumi},
  volume={96 9},
ABSTRACT A collection 160 isolates of Cercospora kikuchii was made from South America and 245 from Japan. DNA fingerprint patterns were analyzed based on amplified fragment length polymorphism among the sample isolates, dividing the isolates into seven lineages (I to VII). Partial nucleotide sequence analyses of the beta-tubulin gene supported this division into seven lineages. Lineages I and III commonly existed in South America and Japan. In all, 136 of the 160 isolates from South America and… CONTINUE READING

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