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DNA polymorphism in the pepper-Phytophthora capsici pathosystem
Phytophthora capsici is an important soilborne pathogen that produces a devastating disease on many crop species, including pepper. To analyze DNA polymorphism in the P. capsici-pepper pathosystem, six C. annuum lines with various degrees of resistance to P. capsici: Padrón, Couto,CM334,PI201234, SP-11 and JEP; and two P. capsici isolates,GSP1-1 and Ppc3, selected for different levels of virulence, were tested with a variety of molecular markers

Date Posted: 29/06/2009
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