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Potato ring rot pathogen detection by polymerase chain reaction in potato tubers

Potato ring rot pathogen detection by polymerase chain reaction in potato tubers

Journal Of Stress Physiology & Biochemistry: 3 4, 4-8

Bacterial ring rot caused by <i>Clavibacter michiganensis</i> ssp. <i>sepedonicus</i> is a widespread disease of potato resulting in significant economic lost in agriculture and seed growing. A latent form of this infection makes difficulties for diagnostics and facilitates the quick disease propagation.

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