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2002 journal article

Phytophthora infestans populations from tomato and potato in North Carolina differ in genetic diversity and structure

PHYTOPATHOLOGY, 92(11), 1189–1195.

By: T. Wangsomboondee*, C. Groves*, P. Shoemaker*, M. Cubeta* & J. Ristaino*

author keywords: epidemiology; Irish potato famine; population genetics
TL;DR: Spatially diverse isolates of P. infestans from tomato were more genetically diverse over time in NC than those from potato and include two new genotypes that are sensitive to metalaxyl. (via Semantic Scholar)
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