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AFLP comparison of distant Melampsora epitea (willow rust) populations



AFLP comparison of distant Melampsora epitea (willow rust) populations



Mycological Research 106(12): 1400-1407



To compare genetic variation among four geographically distant populations of the fungus species Melampsora epitea causing willow rust, a two-primer combination was used for ALFP fingerprinting of 24 isolates from Sweden, along with 10 from France, 24 from Northern Ireland, and 35 from Chile. The banding patterns of all 93 isolates were easily distinguished and revealed polymorphism among individuals within and between the four M. epitea populations.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0953756202006846


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