2006 journal article

Mitochondrial genome sequences and molecular evolution of the Irish potato famine pathogen, Phytophthora infestans

CURRENT GENETICS, 49(1), 39–46.

By: C. Avila-Adame n, L. Gomez-Alpizar n, V. Zismann, K. Jones, C. Buell & J. Ristaino n

Contributors: C. Avila-Adame n, L. Gómez-Alpizar n, V. Zismann, K. Jones, C. Buell & J. Ristaino n

author keywords: Phytophthora infestans; late blight; mitochondria; potato
MeSH headings : Evolution, Molecular; Genes, Mitochondrial; Genome; Haplotypes; Open Reading Frames; Phytophthora / genetics; Polymorphism, Genetic; Solanum tuberosum / parasitology
TL;DR: The mitochondrial genomes of haplotypes of the Irish potato famine pathogen, Phytophthora infestans, were sequenced and showed that although the type I and II haplotypes shared a common ancestor, they clearly formed two independent lineages that evolved independently. (via Semantic Scholar)
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