The role of the coating response in Craigella tomatoes infected with Verticillium dahliae, races 1 and 2

@inproceedings{Gold1995TheRO,
  title={The role of the coating response in Craigella tomatoes infected with Verticillium dahliae, races 1 and 2},
  author={Julie J. Gold and Jane Robb},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract In tomato, near-isolines are available that differ in the presence (Ve + ) or absence (Ve - ) of the Vegene conferring resistance to wilt. Two races of Verticillium dahliae Klebahn have been identified, V.d. 1 and V.d. 2. Craigella Ve - v. V.d. 1 or V.d. 2 and Craigella Ve + v. V.d. 2 are susceptible interactions, but Craigella Ve + is resistant to V.d. 1. Among factors determining susceptibility or resistance to verticillium wilt are those governing colonization. One aspect of… CONTINUE READING

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