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Genetics of resistance to leaf mold, Cladosporium fulvum Cke. (Fulvia fulva (Cke) Ciferri) in tomato



Genetics of resistance to leaf mold, Cladosporium fulvum Cke. (Fulvia fulva (Cke) Ciferri) in tomato



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 41(11): 4005B



Some of this work has been summarized previously (see PBA 50, 6870 ; 51, 8559). Allelic tests indicated possible linkage between the C. fulvum resistance genes Cf3 and Cf17, Cf6 and Cf11, Cf13 and CF17, and Cf18 and Cf19. Chromosomal locations were determined by backcrossing to genetic marker stocks. The locations of Cf1 and Cf4 on chromosome 1 and Cf3 on chromosome 11 were confirmed.

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