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Inheritance of resistance in pepper to bacterial spot



Inheritance of resistance in pepper to bacterial spot



Phytopathology 53(9): 1060-1062



Field and greenhouse inoculation procedures were utilized to determine the response of various peppers (Capsicum sp.) to Xanthomonas vesicatoria. Segregation was noted in both progenies obtained by out-crossing a single plant of P.I. 163192 with 2 susceptible varieties. Resistant and susceptible plants were selected for genetic studies to determine the heritability of resistance. From inoculation of F1, back-cross, and F2 progenies, it was concluded that resistance was conferred by a single dominant allele. The F1 plants derived from crosses between 5 other accessions and susceptible varieties exhibited uniform disease severity intermediate between the responses of parental types which was considered indicative of multigenic resistance.

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