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Characterisation of two Ukrainian populations of Globodera pallida in terms of their virulence and mtDNA, and the biological assessment of a new resistant cultivar Vales Everest

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Following the discovery of Globodera pallida in the Uzhhorod region (Zakarpats'ka oblast') of Ukraine, two populations from this region were further examined. Firstly, their virulence was assessed in relation to two sources of resistance to G. pallida and to other G. pallida populations from Europe and South America. The results showed that the Ukrainian populations were very similar in their virulence to the other European populations. One of the test host genotypes was a new cultivar derived from Solanum tuberosum spp. andigena CPC2802, which proved to be more highly resistant than previously available partially resistant cultivars. The second experiment was a comparison of the mitochondrial Cytochrome B gene from the Ukrainian populations with other European and South American populations. The data indicated that the Ukrainian populations were similar to other European populations.

Affiliations: 1: Institute of Plant Protection, Ukrainian Academy of Agrarian Sciences, Plant Quarantine Department, 33 Vasilkovsky Str., Kyiv-22, 03022, Ukraine; 2: Scottish Crop Research Institute, Plant Pathology, Invergowrie, Dundee, Scotland, DD2 5DA; 3: Scottish Crop Research Institute, Plant Pathology, Invergowrie, Dundee, Scotland, DD2 5DA;, Email:


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