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A new physiological race of Cladosporium fulvum in tomato and considerations on the manipulation of resistance genes

A new physiological race of Cladosporium fulvum in tomato and considerations on the manipulation of resistance genes

Zaadbelangen 31(1): 17-18

Race D originating in Belgium was found to break down the resistance of gene Cf5, while varieties with Cf1 and Cf3 were moderately attacked by this race and those with Cf2 and Cf4 not at all.

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