Genetic dissection of nonhost resistance of wild lettuce, Lactuca saligna, to downy mildew

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Zhang, N.;
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  • Subject: slasoorten | bremia lactucae | plant pathogenic fungi | lactuca saligna | lettuces | Microbe-Plant Relations | quantitative trait loci | plantenziekteverwekkende schimmels | resistance breeding | meeldauw | Microbe-plant relaties | genetic mapping | loci voor kwantitatief kenmerk | disease resistance | mildews | ziekteresistentie | resistentieveredeling | genetische kartering
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | fungi

Lettuce downy mildew is the most destructive disease in lettuce (Lactuca spp.) cultivation and is caused by Bremia lactucae. The successful cross between its host L. sativa and the nonhost, L. saligna, and offers a rare chance to study the genetics of the nonhost resist... View more
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