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Heritability of response to inoculation by pine pitch canker of seedlings of radiata pine

Heritability of response to inoculation by pine pitch canker of seedlings of radiata pine

Australian Forestry 69(2): 101-106

Seedlings grown from more than 500 radiata pine (Pinus radiata) seedlots from Australia, New Zealand and Chile were inoculated with Fusarium circinatum, causal agent of pitch canker, and subsequently assessed for response by measuring the length of the lesion. Analysis of the data indicated, first, that there was considerable genetic variation for lesion length.

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.2006.10676235

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