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Effectiveness of artificial infection of seedlings in breeding potato for horizontal resistance to Phytophthora



Effectiveness of artificial infection of seedlings in breeding potato for horizontal resistance to Phytophthora



Nauch tr NII kartof kh va (38): 12-19



Following artificial infection of seedlings, the proportion of late forms surviving in the populations studied increased by 18.4% on average. Owing to the effect of resistance increasing with age, 15-22% of unresistant or weakly resistant hybrids were maintained in the populations. Increasing the degree of infection did not overcome this age-related resistance.

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