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Host-pathogen genetic variance and interactions for reaction to Fusarium root rot in red clover



Host-pathogen genetic variance and interactions for reaction to Fusarium root rot in red clover



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Four sets of five-parent diallel crosses were constructed with parents randomly selected from cultivar Arlington. Five plants from each cross were inoculated with one of four isolates of Fusarium roseum. Root rot severity was negatively correlated with plant top regrowth after inoculation and negatively correlated with root diameter. Isolates, general combining ability (GCA) and isolates X GCA were the only sources of genetic variation.

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