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Inheritance of extreme resistance to virus Y in Solanum stoloniferum and-its hybrids with Solanum tuberosum



Inheritance of extreme resistance to virus Y in Solanum stoloniferum and-its hybrids with Solanum tuberosum



Proceedings of the third conference on potato virus diseases at Lisse- Wageningen, 24-28, Wageningen, 204-11



This report comes from the Max Planck Institute for Plant Breeding, Koln-Vogelsang, Germany. It was found that resistance to virus Y in S. stoloniferum is governed by a single gene inherited in a disomic manner. Three alleles have been found at the locus concerned; in descending order of dominance, these are Ry for extreme resistance, ryn for hypersensitivity and ry for susceptibility. Variation in the hypersensitive reaction seemed to be determined by different polygenes.

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