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Evidence for Gene-for-Gene Relationships Between Resistance Gene H1 From Solanum Tuberosum Ssp. Andigena and a Gene in Globodera Rostochiensis, and Between H2 From S. Mul Tidissectum and a Gene in G. Pallida

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The F1 and F2 generations and the progeny of backcrosses from crosses between Globodera rostochiensis pathotype Ro1 and another pathotype originating from Bolivia, and between G. pallida pathotypes Pa1 and Pa3, were tested on potato cvs with resistance genes H1 from Solanum tuberosum ssp. andigena and H2 from S. multidissectum respectively. Numbers of females (cysts) produced on the plants with genes for resistance were close to those expected if it was assumed that the phenotypes able to produce females on plants with resistance genes were homozygous for a single recessive gene, the genotypes were in a Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium and inheritance was Mendelian. The results support the hypothesis that there is a gene-for-gene relationship between these pathotypes and their hosts.

Affiliations: 1: Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden


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