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Inheritance of chlorotic-lesion resistance to Helminthosporium turcicum in seedling corn



Inheritance of chlorotic-lesion resistance to Helminthosporium turcicum in seedling corn



Phytopathology 53(6): 660-662



Inbred GE440 and Ladyfinger popcorn when inoculated with H. turcicum, the cause of the northern leaf blight disease, form lesions characterized by chlorosis, reduction in size, delay of necrosis, and inhibition of fungus sporulation. Genetic studies showed this type of resistance to be inherited as a single dominant gene in both corn strains. The genes in the 2 corn strains are either identical, allelic, or very closely linked. Lesion types on seedlings and older plants are similar. Both monogenic and multigenic host resistance exist in this host-pathogen system.

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