Variation in Pathogenicity Associated with the Genetic Diversity of Fusarium graminearum

@article{Carter2004VariationIP,
  title={Variation in Pathogenicity Associated with the Genetic Diversity of Fusarium graminearum},
  author={Jon P. Carter and H. N. Rezanoor and David Holden and Anne E. Desjardins and Ronald D. Plattner and Paul Nicholson},
  journal={European Journal of Plant Pathology},
  year={2004},
  volume={108},
  pages={573-583}
}
We screened 188 isolates of Fusarium graminearum, which originated from northwest Europe, the USA and Nepal, for genetic diversity using a sequence-characterised amplified region polymorphism (SCAR). On the basis of this analysis, 42 of the 118 isolates were selected for random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) analysis. Three groups were identified, two of which, A and B, contained the isolates from Nepal, and a third, group C, contained the isolates from Europe and the USA. In pathogenicity… CONTINUE READING
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