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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ROOT SYSTEM IN VERTICILLIUM WILT TOLERANCE IN POTATO AND RESISTANCE IN TOMATO

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Reciprocal (susceptible/resistant) grafting experiments were used to determine whether the root is the major site of resistance to Verticillium wilt disease in tomato and tolerance in potato. Increased resistance/tolerance was seen in both species when the resistant cultivar served as rootstock. In potato, however, stem-dipping experiments indicated that tolerance was independent of the root. In experiments designed to determine whether a major gene plays a role in Verticillium wilt tolerance in potato, tomato races 1 and 2 of V. dahliae did not show differential pathogenicity on tolerant potato cultivars inoculated by the root-dip method. The results indicate that the root system plays an important role in the defense mechanisms to Verticillium wilt both in tomato and potato.

Affiliations: 1: Agricultural Research Organization, Gilat Experiment Station

10.1080/07929978.1995.10676618
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1995-05-13
2018-06-19

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