The Downy Mildews - Genetics, Molecular Biology and Control by Ale Lebeda, Peter T. N. Spencer-Phillips, B. Michael Cooke

By Ale Lebeda, Peter T. N. Spencer-Phillips, B. Michael Cooke

Wisdom of downy mould pathogens and ailments has elevated considerably in taxonomy, phylogeny, genetics, molecular biology, host-parasite interactions, ecology, epidemiology and regulate. the chance to replace comprehensively the key advances in those components was once created via the 2d overseas Symposium on Downy Mildews held in July 2007 at Olomouc (Czech Republic). Keynote contributions from this assembly are released the following in 14 chapters that supply the main authoritative and up to date research of those biotrophic plant pathogens and their interactions with crops. it is going to be a useful source to scholars and researchers in plant pathology, mycology, taxonomy, plant biology and crop security.

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Ochoa, O. , & Michelmore, R. W. (2006). The disease resistance gene Dm3 is infrequent in natural populations of Lactuca serriola due to deletions and frequent gene conversions. Plant Journal, 47, 38–48. , Meyers, B. , & Michelmore, R. W. (2004). Multiple genetic processes result in heterogeneous rates of evolution within the major cluster disease resistance genes in lettuce. Plant Cell, 16, 2870– 2894. , & Blok, I. (1990). Sexual compatibility types of Bremia lactucae originating from Lactuca serriola.

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