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avr genes

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Plant Pathology: Infection Process: Plant Defenses: Genetics of Resistance
... the presence of both a race-specific avirulence (avr) gene in the pathogen and one or more corresponding cultivar-specific resistance (R) genes in the host plant (Figure 1). ... compatible interaction results in resistance due to the presence of both avirulence and resistance genes, whereas genes conditioning toxin production and toxin sensitivity cause disease in an otherwise incompatible interaction ...
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ETH - Plant Pathology - Perennial Crops
... microscopes" HIDRAS: High-quality disease resistant apples for a sustainable agriculture Identification of avr-genes in Venturia inaequalis REPCO: Replacement of copper fungicides in organic production of grapevine ... and the scab fungus Venturia inaequalis with the discovery of the ephemeral resistance genes and corresponding virulences Creating a reference linkage map for Malus x domestica (apple) ...
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ETH - Plant Pathology - Perennial Crops
... microscopes" HIDRAS: High-quality disease resistant apples for a sustainable agriculture Identification of avr-genes in Venturia inaequalis REPCO: Replacement of copper fungicides in organic production of grapevine ... and the scab fungus Venturia inaequalis with the discovery of the ephemeral resistance genes and corresponding virulences Creating a reference linkage map for Malus x domestica (apple) ...
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ETH - Plant Pathology - HIDRAS: High-quality disease resistant apples for a sustainable agriculture
... avr-genes or be complete unknown. Outlook Once candidate avr-gene(s) are identified, virulent V. inaequalis genotypes will be ballistically transformed with constructs containing selection genes and the candidate avr- genes ... various V. inaequalis genotypes. Eventual identification and characterisation of avr-genes homologous to already known avr-genes from other pathogenic fungi may lead to a better ...
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