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A method of assessing potato seedling progenies for resistance to the white potato cyst nematode



A method of assessing potato seedling progenies for resistance to the white potato cyst nematode



Potato Research 24(1): 101-103



The resistance expressed by progenies of potato seedlings derived from Solanum tuberosum ssp. andigena and S. vernei to Globodera pallida has been assessed on bulk sowings of seedlings and on individual plants raised from tubers, and a positive correlation between the seedling and plant tests has been established.

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Accession: 001038422

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DOI: 10.1007/bf02362021



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