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Resistance of some potato species to black leg



Resistance of some potato species to black leg



Vedecke Prace Vyzkumneho a Slechtitelskeho Ustavu Bramborarskeho v Havlickove Brode 7(1): 53-61



Among 23 tuber-bearing Solanum species, reaction to Erwinia carotovora inoculation ranged from very susceptible to very resistant (in the case of S. horovitzii, S. subtilius and S. boergeri). Differential resistance to four serotypes of the pathogen was also found, and differences in resistance between different forms of a single species. The method of inoculation also affected the results.

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