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Variability of canker length on aspen clones following inoculation with Hypoxylon mammatum


Variability of canker length on aspen clones following inoculation with Hypoxylon mammatum



Proceedings of the American Phytopathological Society 2: 97



One hundred naturally occurring clones of Populus tremuloides and 13 of P. grandidentata were inoculated in situ in twelve areas of Michigan, USA, with two isolates of H. mammatum. Analysis of variance of canker lengths on P. tremuloides indicated significant clonal differences within ten of the areas. The isolates were significantly different with respect to the size of canker produced but clonal X isolate interaction was evident in only one area.

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