alexa Genetics of Host-Pathogen Relationships Between Venturia inaequalis Races 6 and 7 and Malus Species.
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Author(s): Bnaouf G, Parisi L

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Abstract ABSTRACT Resistance to scab originating from Malus floribunda clone 821 is the most widely form of resistance used in apple breeding programs. A dominant gene, named Vf, was introgressed from this clone into recent cultivars, although the genetic determinants of the resistance of M. floribunda 821 are apparently more complex than a single gene. The appearance of new races overcoming the resistance of cultivars with the Vf gene, the parental clone, or both made it possible to undertake a genetic analysis of host-pathogen interactions. The segregation of resistance in progenies of crosses from 'Golden Delicious' x M. floribunda 821 and 'Golden Delicious' x 'Idared' into five strains of Venturia inaequalis-races 1 (strains 104, 1093, and 301), 6 (strain 302), and 7 (strain 1066)-demonstrated the existence of a second dominant gene in M. floribunda 821. This gene, independent of Vf, was named Vfh because it seemed to induce a hypersensitive reaction. The results obtained with strain 1066, virulent to M. floribunda 821, allowed identification of another dominant gene, Vg, responsible for the resistance of 'Golden Delicious' to this strain. Vg is also carried by 'Florina', which was selected for its Vf resistance. The pathogenicity of a progeny originating from a cross between V. inaequalis strains 1066 and 301, characterized in vitro on leaf disks of differential genotypes, revealed two independent avirulence genes involved in the pathogenicity toward the Vg and Vf genes, respectively. These avirulence genes were named Avr Vg and Avr Vf. The host-pathogen interactions detected are consistent with a gene-for-gene relationship. This article was published in Phytopathology and referenced in Journal of Addiction Research & Therapy

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