Sources and inheritance of resistance to stemphylium leaf spot of lettuce

@article{Netzer2004SourcesAI,
  title={Sources and inheritance of resistance to stemphylium leaf spot of lettuce},
  author={Dick Netzer and D. Globerson and CH. Weintal and R. Elyassi},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={393-396}
}
None of the tested cultivars of lettuce was found resistant to Stemphylium leaf spot, a common disease in Israel. Within a Lactuca saligna population collected in wild lettuce in Israel, resistance was traced. Interspecific crosses of L. saligna x L. sativa were made and the mode of inheritance of resistance to this disease was studied. Resistance is apparently controlled by two genes: one dominant (Sm1) and one recessive (sm2). 

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