Introgression and stabilization oferwinia tuber soft rot resistance into potato after somatic hybridization ofsolanum tuberosum ands. brevidens

@article{McGrath2002IntrogressionAS,
  title={Introgression and stabilization oferwinia tuber soft rot resistance into potato after somatic hybridization ofsolanum tuberosum ands. brevidens},
  author={J. Mitchell McGrath and Christie E. Williams and Geraldine T. Haberlach and Susan M. Wielgus and Thomas F. Uchytil and John P. Helgeson},
  journal={American Journal of Potato Research},
  year={2002},
  volume={79},
  pages={19-24}
}
  • J. Mitchell McGrath, Christie E. Williams, +3 authors John P. Helgeson
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    American Journal of Potato…
    2002
  • Biology
  • Resistance to potato tuber soft rot caused byErwinia carotovora was transferred fromSolanum brevidens to the cultivated potato over the course of four backcross generations originating from a somatic hybrid. Soft rot reactions were determined via a tuber plug inoculation method developed during the course of these experiments. Soft rot resistance was highest in the somatic hybrid (only ca. 20% of tubers and plugs showed evidence of severe rotting) and lowest among progeny of control potato x… CONTINUE READING

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