Unraveling genomic complexity at a quantitative disease resistance locus in maize.

  title={Unraveling genomic complexity at a quantitative disease resistance locus in maize.},
  author={Tiffany M. Jamann and Jesse Poland and Judith M. Kolkman and Laurie G Smith and Rebecca J Nelson},
  volume={198 1},
Multiple disease resistance has important implications for plant fitness, given the selection pressure that many pathogens exert directly on natural plant populations and indirectly via crop improvement programs. Evidence of a locus conditioning resistance to multiple pathogens was found in bin 1.06 of the maize genome with the allele from inbred line "Tx303" conditioning quantitative resistance to northern leaf blight (NLB) and qualitative resistance to Stewart's wilt. To dissect the genetic… CONTINUE READING
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